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The army has defused around half a dozen improvised bombs at Stormont after a notorious loyalist murderer stormed a meeting of Northern Ireland's politicians.
The Northern Ireland chief constable Sir Hugh Orde said: "Their potential for death, destruction and injury is being assessed."
"They are fairly amateurish in design - that does not make them any less dangerous."
Stormont was evacuated as Michael Stone, a former Ulster Freedom Fighter prisoner, burst into the building.
The Rev Ian Paisley and Gerry Adams were among those ushered away.
Stone is an infamous killer, who once opened fire on mourners at an IRA funeral, killing three people.
Source: Bombs defused at Stormont