Some 5,000 residents evacuated after WW II bomb found in Berlin

Police say some 5,000 residents have been evacuated as experts work to defuse an unexploded World War II bomb found in Berlin. The British bomb was found during construction work in the capital's western Wilmersdorf district. Police said Wednesday that experts are conducting tests on the bomb's detonator to determine whether it can be transported elsewhere for disposal. Around 400 of the evacuated residents were put up in schools and other public buildings while others stayed with friends. Unexploded bombs from World War II are still found frequently in Germany more than 60 years after the conflict's end.