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Pipe Bomb Attack on Refugee Building in South Dublin

Tallaght: A pipe bomb was thrown at a refugee building in Tallaght, South Dublin, causing significant damage due to the ensuing fire. The incident occurred at 11 p.m. last night at St. John’s House on Tallaght High Street, a disused building designated for international protection applicants. Emergency services quickly brought the fire under control.

Gardaí have confirmed that no injuries were reported. The authorities in Tallaght are appealing to the public for any information or footage that could aid in the investigation.

This attack follows a recent incident in Clonmel, Tipperary, where security staff were assaulted and vehicles set ablaze at a site designated for a modular housing project for refugees. The investigation into that incident is ongoing, adding to the urgency and concern surrounding the latest attack.

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