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What the papers say - DAILY TELEGRAPH

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The Channel Tunnel was closed for three and a half hours last week after munitions from the First and Second World Wars were found in a car at the Folkestone Eurotunnel terminal. Ten scheduled services were held up and five Eurostar trains prevented from leaving. Incoming trains from France were allowed to finish their journey if close enough while others reversed to Calais. Police carried out a controlled explosion.

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