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Man arrested over 1974 Birmingham pub bombing murders

Sixty-five-year-old man held by counter-terror officers in Belfast over killings of 21 people

A 65-year-old man has been arrested in Belfast in connection with the Provisional IRA’s 1974 Birmingham pub bombings that killed 21 people.

It is believed to be the first arrest in connection with the IRA attacks made by police since the quashing of the convictions of the Birmingham Six in 1991 when the court of appeal accepted that there had been a miscarriage of justice.

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