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Apple employees return after evacuation

Police are assisting the company in dealing with a security threat

18th January, 2016

Staff at Apple's European headquarters in Cork have been allowed to return to work after a security threat led to the evacuation of the company's premises earlier today.

Almost 5,000 employees were evacuated from the company's plants in Cork on after gardaí received a warning that a bomb had been planted on one of its sites. Three different Apple facilities are believed to have been affected, including the firm's premises on Lavitts Quay in the...

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