Belfast security alert: Device was 'under-car bomb'

A booby-trap bomb has been made safe in south Belfast. Conor Macauley reports

A booby-trap bomb has been made safe in south Belfast.

Police said it was a viable under-car explosive device. It was found at Blacks Road near the junction with Arlington Drive on Friday at about 08:00 GMT.

The road was closed and residents had to leave their homes as the Army examined the device.

It has now been removed for forensic examination.

The alert is now over, the area has reopened and people have been allowed to return to their homes.

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