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# eod - Thursday 9 July, 2015

Bomb squad called out after pipe bomb left outside house

Houses were evacuated and road closures put in place.

# eod - Wednesday 11 February, 2015

Pipe bomb found in garden of Cork house

It comes less than 12 hours after another suspect device was found in Limerick.

# eod - Tuesday 12 March, 2013

Unstable chemical made safe at Tipperary school

Picric Acid, which can become unstable over time, was found at the Christian Brothers School in Thurles.

# eod - Tuesday 19 February, 2013

Explosive device made safe in Dublin city centre

The device was found outside a private residence on Preston St earlier today.

# eod - Monday 4 February, 2013

Viable homemade explosive found on grounds of Dublin school

The school in Crumlin was evacuated as an Army bomb disposal investigated the Improvised Explosive Device.

# eod - Monday 19 November, 2012

Army bomb disposal teams called to three incidents today

Improvised explosive devices were found in Bray, Co Wicklow and in Athy, Co Kildare.

# eod - Friday 12 October, 2012

Army called to Cavan school over unstable chemical

The bomb disposal team was deployed to Loreto College in Cavan Town.

# eod - Saturday 11 August, 2012

Bomb squad deal with viable roadside device in Co Limerick

A controlled explosion was carried out on the viable device, which was found in a roadside ditch in Rathkeale.

# eod - Saturday 28 January, 2012

Firearms and explosive material found in Dublin apartment block

Gardaí are investigating after the discovery was made at an apartment complex off Clonliffe Road in Dublin 3.

# eod - Sunday 8 May, 2011

GARDAÍ HAVE REOPENED an area of Dublin’s city centre after it was closed off earlier this evening following a bomb alert. The area between Amien Street and Talbot Street, just off the city’s main O’Connell St, was sealed off when a suspicious device was identified just after 8pm; the Army explosives ordinance unit was sent to the scene, but the area has since been reopened. It is understood that the suspicious device was not dangerous.