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    Six arrested in Ireland for suspected terrorist offences to Prince Charles' visit

    Suspects were going to commit a terrorist attack during the visit of Charles and his wife Camilla to thesite on May 19-22

    Baku. 15 May. REPORT.AZ/ Two bombs described as viable have been found in Ireland and six men have been arrested for suspected terrorist offences ahead of a planned visit by Britain's Prince Charles, Report informs citing the Tass.

    Irish police said Thursday there is no evidence of a plot directed against Charles, who plans to visit the site on May 19-22 where his great-uncle Louis Mountbatten was assassinated by the IRA in 1979.

    Police say two improvised explosive devices were found and disarmed Wednesday near Leitrim and other bomb-making equipment was found elsewhere as 20 searches were conducted. A further cache of explosives was disarmed early Thursday.

    Police say six men are in custody for questioning about the discoveries.

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