Police officer escapes death after 'crude' homemade bomb is thrown into his home in Northern IrelandThe officer was at the home in Omagh when the device was hurled insideBut his life was saved after it failed to explodeIt happened close to where an off-duty police officer fired shots last night By Anthony Bond PUBLISHED: 19:58 GMT, 26 January 2013 | UPDATED: 20:52 GMT, 26 January 2013 A bomb has been thrown into the home of a police officer in Northern Ireland, it has emerged. The officer was inside the home in the Coolnagard area of Omagh when the 'crude viable explosive device' was hurled inside. However, he narrowly escaped death after it failed to explode
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Primary school bans parents from baking cakes to sell at Christmas fair unless they hold a food hygiene certificate School letter tells parents homemade donations will not be accepted Headteacher said advice in letter had followed the council’s guidelines | UPDATED: 15:07 GMT, 4 December 2012 Stunned parents will not be able to donate homemade cakes and buns to a primary school Christmas fair because of new health and safety rules.