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The Abercorn Restaurant bombing was a paramilitary attack that took place in a crowded city centre restaurant and bar in Belfast, Northern Ireland on 4 March 1972. The bomb explosion claimed the lives of two young women and injured over 130 people. Many of the injuries were severe and included the loss of limbs and eyes. The Provisional IRA was blamed, although no organisation ever claimed responsibility and nobody was ever charged in connection with the bombing. According to Ed Moloney, an Irish journalist who has written extensively about the IRA, republican sources have unofficially confirmed the group's involvement.

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  • Abercorn Restaurant bombing
  • Buamáil Abercorn (1972)
  • Взрыв в ресторане «Аберкорн»
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  • The Abercorn Restaurant bombing was a paramilitary attack that took place in a crowded city centre restaurant and bar in Belfast, Northern Ireland on 4 March 1972. The bomb explosion claimed the lives of two young women and injured over 130 people. Many of the injuries were severe and included the loss of limbs and eyes. The Provisional IRA was blamed, although no organisation ever claimed responsibility and nobody was ever charged in connection with the bombing. According to Ed Moloney, an Irish journalist who has written extensively about the IRA, republican sources have unofficially confirmed the group's involvement.
  • Ionsaí sceimhlitheoireachta i dTuaisceart Éireann ab ea Buamáil Abercorn sa bhliain 1972. Ionsaí fánach a bhí i gceist, san iarnóin ar an Satharn, agus daoine ag siopadóireacht fuinneoige srl, an chéad ionsaí buama ar shibhialtaigh neamhchiontacha sna Trioblóidí.
  • Взрыв в ресторане «Аберкорн» (англ. Abercorn Restaurant bombing) — террористический акт, совершённый 4 марта 1972 года в центре Белфаста. Взрыв бомбы в здании ресторана «Аберкорн» на Касл-Лэйн унёс жизни двух женщин, ещё 130 человек были ранены. Большая часть пострадавших стала инвалидами: некоторые ослепли, некоторые потеряли конечности. Несмотря на то, что ответственность на себя официально не взял никто, виновными в теракте были признаны террористы Временной Ирландской республиканской армии (по мнению журналиста , ИРА всё же взяла на себя ответственность за произошедшее).
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  • The Abercorn Restaurant bombing was a paramilitary attack that took place in a crowded city centre restaurant and bar in Belfast, Northern Ireland on 4 March 1972. The bomb explosion claimed the lives of two young women and injured over 130 people. Many of the injuries were severe and included the loss of limbs and eyes. The Provisional IRA was blamed, although no organisation ever claimed responsibility and nobody was ever charged in connection with the bombing. According to Ed Moloney, an Irish journalist who has written extensively about the IRA, republican sources have unofficially confirmed the group's involvement.
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