Men In Court Over Dissident Bomb

Three men appeared before Special Criminal Court this morning as part of ongoing investigations by gardaí into the activites of dissident republicans.

The men, aged 37, 38 and 44, appeared in court following the discovery of a bomb in a car in Kilcurry, near Dundalk in County Louth on 25 May.

Two other males arrested at the time have been released and a file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions.


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