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The abandoned car containing a viable bomb was found close to the venue for this summer's G8 conference of world leaders in Northern Ireland.
It was made safe in an abandoned car in County Fermanagh, located just 16 miles from the exclusive Lough Erne golf resort that will host the summit this June.
There has been a heavy security presence in the area ahead of the G8.
US President Barack Obama, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Vladimir Putin are among those expected to attend the G8 meeting at Lough Erne near Enniskillen.
The security alert over today's bomb on the Derrylin Road has now ended.
PSNI district commander Pauline Shields has said she believes the abandoned car containing a "viable bomb" was destined for a local police station:
The alert over an abandoned vehicle at Derrylin Road - the main arterial route between Enniskillen and Dublin in County Fermanagh - was raised early yesterday morning.
A number of homes in the local area were evacuated as a precaution.
Security sources confirmed today that a "viable bomb" was found inside the vehicle, but that it had been made safe.
Dissident republicans have launched a series of bomb attacks against members of the security forces in recent months.
A vehicle found abandoned and made safe in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, was carrying a viable bomb, security sources said.