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Airport re-opens after bomb alert

Dublin Airport has fully re-opened after a two-hour shutdown due to a bomb alert. A man was arrested after claiming he had a bomb in a bag. The airport was evacuated as Irish army bomb disposal experts examined the scene. Dublin Airport Authority said 50 flights were disrupted and 9,000 passengers affected during the alert. However, it said delays would continue throughout Tuesday and passengers should contact their airlines. The airport said the continued delays were due to a knock-on effect of planes being unable to take off or disembark passengers during the alert. Full Story

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