Bomb scare empties Warsaw’s second airport

A bomb threat and the discovery of a suspicious suitcase sparked the evacuation of Modlin airport in Warsaw on Wednesday. No bomb was found, and the facility resumed operations. The airport, which opened in the Polish city in 2012, mostly handles low-cost flights to destinations such as London and Paris. 

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