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NI politicians condemn bomb attack in Londonderry

Politicians in Northern Ireland have condemned a bomb attack on a bank in Londonderry.

It was carried out by two masked men and has been linked to dissident Republicans.

Hundreds of people had to be moved by police before the bomb exploded. No-one was injured.

Northern Ireland's First Minister, Peter Robinson, called the incident "disgusting".

From Belfast, Claire Savage reports.

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