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Link to: Bullets sent to journalist and politician in Northern Ireland

Bullets sent to journalist and politician in Northern Ireland

Police intercepted a letter with a bullet intended for a Belfast-based journalist who had reported on loyalist protests. A bullet and sympathy card addressed to a Social Democratic and Labour Party assembly member were also intercepted by Royal Mail over the weekend.