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Pensioners Injured in Pipe Bombing

Three pensioners have been treated for cuts and shock after a pipe bomb attack in the loyalist Shankill area of Belfast. The man and two women, all in their 70s, were in a house in Ambleside Street when the device exploded shortly after 2000 GMT on Sunday. Police said two youths were seen cycling past the house just minutes before the blast. One woman suffered an eye injury. The other had a leg wound and the man suffered shock. A police spokesman said the pensioners had lived in the house for years and they did not know what was behind the attack. North Belfast assembly member Billy Hutchinson said he believed the pipe bombing was a case of mistaken identity. Full Story

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