World war II bomb prompts evacuation of Amsterdam airport
The discovery of a World War II bomb prompted the closure Wednesday of a section of Schiphol airport in Amsterdam, Dutch media reported.
A bomb squad was called in after the device was found during construction at the airport's C-Pier, De Telegraaf newspaper said. The terminal is used for flights within Europe's Schengen zone.
Schiphol was used as a military base by German forces during World War II and was bombed on numerous occasions.