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SA Migrants Target of 'Race Motivated' Bomb

A black South African family with eight-week-old twins had to evacuate their home in Belfast in Northern Ireland while police defused a bomb left in their garden. An explosive device was thrown through the window of the home of two black women less than two weeks ago. Police blamed Monday’s incident, the latest in a series of racially motivated attacks, on “loyalist Nazis”. The police inspector leading inquiries believed the incident was racially motivated. Politicians in southern Belfast have reported a rise in leaflet campaigns by far-Right groups trying to make the headlines in a province dominated by religious and sectarian strife. “We believe they were singled out because of their skin colour,” said Inspector Darrin Jones of the Royal Ulster Constabulary. Full Story

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