Controlled explosion of massive WWII naval mine in Croatia
Mar 20, 2023
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Croatian authorities successfully destroy a massive naval mine from World War II that was found on the sea bed near the Port of Rijeka. The anti-ship mine contained 690 kilograms (1521 lbs) of explosive material and was discovered during construction works last June
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