Irish army investigating second suspicious device

By REUTERS
May 17, 2011 10:23

 
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DUBLIN - The Irish army were investigating a second suspicious device in Dublin on Tuesday after blowing up a homemade bomb in a controlled detonation ahead of the first state visit by Britain's Queen Elizabeth.

A police spokesman said police had received a call about a suspicious device found at a tram station in north Dublin at 0530 GMT and that the army's bomb disposal team was attending the scene.

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