A suspicious parcel found at a postal sorting workplace within the western Irish county of Limerick seems to be equivalent to letter bombs despatched to buildings in London and the College of Glasgow this month, Irish police mentioned on Friday.
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Police mentioned they had been investigating the parcel recognized on the sorting workplace shortly after 0600 GMT on Friday and had been liaising with British authorities. The military’s bomb disposal workforce was on the scene.
A dissident Irish nationalist group calling itself the “IRA” claimed accountability for the letter bombs despatched to London and Glasgow. The small group is made up of militants against Northern Eire’s 1998 peace deal.
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