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Explosive device use on rise in Dublin

Senior gardaí have expressed concern at the growing number of viable explosive devices being used in attacks by organised criminals on their rivals.

9th December, 2012

Senior gardaí have expressed concern at the growing number of viable explosive devices being used in attacks by organised criminals on their rivals. Officers are concerned that the trend points to an escalation in the involvement of dissident republicans in Dublin's organised crime scene.

The surge in the use of explosives has occurred despite the announcement by Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan just over 18 months ago of Operation Enchant, which was to provide national...

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