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House Attacked with Petrol Bombs

A house has been attacked with two petrol bombs in north Belfast. No-one was injured in the attack. The petrol bombs were thrown at a Catholic family’s house in Oldpark Avenue just before 0100 GMT on Tuesday. A house next door was slightly damaged when one of the devices struck a window. Police said they believed two men were involved in the attack. They escaped in a car along Cliftonville Avenue. Police said a window was shattered and a motorcycle parked outside was damaged by fire. The police service said it was investigating possible motives. Full Story

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