Belfast Cathedral Quarter bomb: Man, 41, arrested in north Belfast

The bomb explodes The bomb explodes close to St Anne's Square in the Cathedral Quarter

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A 41-year-old man has been arrested over the Christmas bomb attack in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter.

The bomb was left in a holdall in Exchange Street West where it exploded shortly before 19:00 BST on Friday 13 December when the area was busy.

The man was arrested in north Belfast on Tuesday. Police said he had been taken to Antrim police station for questioning.

The bomb exploded as the area was being cleared. No-one was injured.

About 1,000 people were affected by the explosion as the Cathedral Quarter was full of people enjoying Christmas parties.

A warning about the bomb had been given. However police said it was left at a different location to that named in a telephone call to a newspaper.

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