AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Authorities evacuated parts of Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport on Wednesday after workers found an unexploded World War Two bomb, forcing airlines to delay and cancel some flights. The German bomb was discovered buried underground near the transport hub’s busy Terminal C, which handles flights to most major European destinations, the Dutch Defence Ministry said in a statement. Meanwhile, Dutch police said Wednesday that an alert over a feared hijacking of a flight from Spain to Amsterdam which caused fighter jets to scramble was triggered by a “miscommunication.” “The report over the hijacking seemed to have been a miscommunication,” the police said.