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Three men freed after terror fear
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Items were taken by police from Atlas House
Three men from Afghanistan, who were being questioned in connection with the discovery of suspicious devices in County Kerry, have been released.

All three have been freed without charge but police said they were continuing their inquiries.

The Garda Technical Bureau has completed an examination of the apartment in a Tralee hostel where the devices were found.

The men were questioned over a suspected terrorist plot.

Components for explosives, including remote controls, were said to have been discovered during the raid on Friday.

The building is used by asylum seekers and other foreign nationals in the town which is a popular tourist resort.

Local gardai, supported by the anti-terrorist officers, acted following an intelligence operation.



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