An unexploded WWII bomb discovered near Berlin's main station on Tuesday has been successfully disabled by bomb disposal experts, CNN said.
The bomb was 100kg and found on a building site, BBC News said.
Dozens of homes in Berlin were evacuated before the operation of disabling the bomb began, CNN said. Police cleared an area within a 300-yead radius of the bomb, and evacuated 839 people, CNN went on.
Some train services were delayed Wednesday, Deutsche Bahn spokesman Holger Auferkamp said, but Berlin's metro system, or S-Bahn, has not been affected, CNN said.
Many unexploded bombs dropped by Allied forces during World War II still remain undiscovered in Berlin, and other cities some seven decades after the war, CNN reported.