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Fears over NI dissident attacks

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There have been two bomb attacks in Northern Ireland this week, a 200lb explosive device went off outside a police station in Londonderry in a hijacked taxi and the next day a booby trap bomb had to be dismantled under a soldier's car in Bangor, County Down. Deputy first minister of Northern Ireland Martin McGuinness discusses how the peace process has been undermined.


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