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Two explosions in Derry

The PSNI is investigating the possible causes of the two blasts, but say that nobody has been reported injured.

Image: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

TWO EXPLOSIONS HAVE taken place in the city of Derry this evening, according to the PSNI.

The first blast occurred near to a tourist office on Foyle Street, while the second explosion took place on Strand Road, RTÉ reports.

The PSNI are investigating the cause of the blasts, but say that no injuries have been reported.

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