Bomb Attack on Female Police Officer’s House in Northern Ireland Has Failed

 An Attack to Blast Female Police Officer's House in Northern Ireland Has Failed

A bomb attack on the house of a female police officer in Derry County, Northern Ireland, has been failed.

According to state media from Dublin, the British Army Bomb Disposal Squad reached the spot and defused the bomb.

Sturront’s first minister, Arlene Foster, called the female officer.

Meanwhile, Deputy Prime Minister Michelle O’Neill has condemned the assassination attempt on a police officer.

He added that politicians should unite against reactionaries and those with a toxic agenda.

State media added that the DUP leader’s attack on the police officer was condemned.

Official media reported that a large-scale security operation was underway between Dongyun and Limaudi.