Explosive device found in south Belfast

Police at scene of Belfast bomb alert Police at scene of Belfast bomb alert on Sunday night

An explosive device has been found during a security alert in south Belfast.

The police and Army bomb experts discovered what they described as a crude, viable device and other related materials on Sunday evening.

The train line between Adelaide and Great Victoria Street had been closed, but has since reopened.

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