Gardaí Seize Suspected Explosives In Co Meath

Gardaí have seized suspected explosives in Co Meath as part of an operation targeting the activities of dissident republicans.

Officers seized the materials when they stopped two cars on the N52 on Tuesday. Two men were arrested at the scene.

A third man was arrested during a following up investigation.


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