Six people being questioned after attack on retired GPs Claudy home

The retired GP whose Claudy home was targeted in a Real IRA bomb attack earlier yesterday morning says he and his wife have lived to serve their community, and will not be bullied into leaving it.

A controlled explosion was carried out on the device found at Dr Keith Munro's home early on Wednesday morning. Dr Munroe, one of the founders of the Foyle Hospice, carries out some work for the PSNI.

In a second incident yesterday, a bomb went outside a Catholic police officer's house on the Ervery Road near Claudy. No-one was injured.

Four men and two women arrested yesterday are still being questioned.