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Man released over bomb attack

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The attack happened on the Rellan Road early on Saturday

A 57-year-old man arrested as part of the investigation into the attempted murder of two police officers has been released without charge.

Two officers were slightly injured on Saturday when a landmine partially exploded as their car was crossing a bridge in Rosslea.

The Continuity IRA have claimed responsibility for detonating the roadside bomb in County Fermanagh.

No one else has been arrested in connection with the incident.




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