September 22, 1975

The brief ceasefire in Northern Ireland, which occurred in the early half of 1975, comes to an end on September 22, 1975 after the provisional IRA sets off about 15 bomb blasts through out central Belfast. One bombing involved a hijacked train, which was blown up. The blast injured 12 people, two seriously, but there were no deaths. The ceasefire would officially come to an end in January 1976.

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