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Protestant militants from Northern Ireland claimed responsibility for planting 18 incendiary bombs that exploded in Dublin and elsewhere in the Irish Republic. The Ulster Freedom Fighters said they were protesting the 15-month-old Anglo-Irish accord that gave Dublin a voice in the running of British-ruled Northern Ireland. Protestant hard-liners view the accord as a first step toward unification with the Irish Republic.

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