French farmers 'ordered to destroy milk polluted by World War One ordnance'

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The affected farms are near the north-east town of Verdun, scene of heavy battles during WW1, where many unexploded munitions lie in the soil.

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Farmers in northern France have been ordered to destroy this year's produce because of pollution caused by WW1 armaments left in the soil according to local media, reports BBC News.