Car Bomb Found in Northern Ireland by Security Forces, BBC Says

A bomb found in a car by security forces in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, was made safe, the British Broadcasting Corp. reported, citing police.

The device, found yesterday in an abandoned vehicle on the Derrylin Road outside Enniskillen, may have been destined for a police station in Lisnaskea, the BBC cited District Commander Pauline Shields as saying. No one was hurt, it said.

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