Amsterdam airport partly closed by WWII bomb scare

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AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Authorities closed part of Amsterdam Schiphol airport on Wednesday after discovering what they suspected was a World War Two bomb, the Dutch airport said. "Terminal C has been evacuated as a precautionary measure," a Schiphol airport spokeswoman said, due to a "serious suspicion" the airport had found a bomb from the war that ended in 1945. "This will have a big impact. We can park planes somewhere else to some extent but at some point it will lead to cancellations or delays," she said. ...