Letter bomb to Northern Secretary made safe
A letter bomb addressed to Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers has been made safe.
It was found at Stormont Castle near Belfast, where the First Minister works.
It is believed this, and four other similar incidents in the last week, are the work of the same group of dissident republicans.
Two letter bombs were recently sent to the police, one in Derry and the other to the chief constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland. Another was posted to the Public Prosecution Service in Derry.
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