Real IRA claims responsibility for Derry car bombing

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Dissident republican group the Real IRA has said it carried out Monday night's car bomb attack in Londonderry.

The bomb was left close to the Ulster Bank and a row of shops in front of Da Vinci's hotel on the Culmore Road in the city.

It exploded shortly after midnight - about an hour after the warning was given. Dozens of homes were evacuated in the alert.

Keiron Tourish reports.

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