(Sky News) Unexploded ammunition from the Second World War is posing a threat to firefighters battling a forest blaze outside Berlin.
Although emergency crews have managed to bring the fire at the Fichtenwalde forest, 22 miles southwest of the German capital, under control, the situation remains hazardous because of the buried munitions.
There are signs that some may have already detonated because of the flames, putting at risk the firefighters trying to contain the blaze, which covers 222 acres (90 hectares) of woodland.
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The authorities say the situation remains precarious.