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 Saturday, 11 January, 2003, 09:42 GMT
Houses targeted in bomb attacks
Two houses in Belfast have been attacked with petrol bombs.

A man and his fiancee had to seek cover when three devices were thrown at their Linfield Avenue home in south Belfast shortly after 2000 GMT on Friday.

Minor damage was caused to the house but no one was injured.

In the east of the city, a petrol bomb ignited in an attack in the Cregagh area.

A device was thrown on the porch of a house at Downshire Road at about 1930 GMT on Friday.

No damage was caused.

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