| Latest News | Sunday April 29 2012 6:19
A massive car bomb has been found at Newry on Northern Ireland's border with the South.
The device was in a van which was left parked near the border with the South, and was fully primed.
Sky's Alisdair Robinson says it was most likely aimed at security forces.
"Whilst we are primarily the target for dissident activity, at this minute in time they're fairly reckless as to who gets caught up in that. Anybody within about 50 metres of a 600 pound bomb would be killed, anybody within about 100 metres would probably be seriously injured."
Sky's David Blevins reports the huge bombing was narrowly avoided.
"The van had been abandoned with its engine still running close to the Irish border. Motorists would have passed the vehicle before it was brought to the attention of police. Inside, the army bomb squad find a lethal cargo, 600 pounds of primed explosive."
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