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On Thursday, it was reported by Russian news agencies that an unexploded World War II bomb was discovered in the grounds of the Kremlin in Moscow while construction work was ongoing.
“As you know, between 1941 and 1942 the Kremlin was bombed,” Sergei Khlebnikov, the commandant of the Kremlin, told the Ria Novosti agency.
“During construction work, an aviation bomb was found,” he said.
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“The bomb was taken out of the Kremlin complex and will be liquidated,”, he added.
“All measures ensuring the Kremlin’s security have been completed,” he added.
In response to this, the Russian presidential spokesman, “the bomb didn’t disrupt the Russian leader’s schedule.”