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100 years since WWI, experts say shells still explosive

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100 years since WWI, experts say shells still explosive

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Clearing the shells fired during the World War One in the Verdun sector of the Western Front could take another 100 years or more, and old missiles could still claim lives. Gavino Garay reports.

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