Barracks bomb: no charge
A north Belfast man, who was arrested in connection with a car bomb attack at Palace Barracks last April, has been released without charge.
The 48-year-old was detained in the north of the city on Friday, June 4.
The bomb exploded outside Palace Barracks in Holywood, Co Down, which houses MI5's Northern Ireland headquarters, just minutes after security powers were transferred from London to Belfast on April 12.
A taxi driver was taken hostage in north Belfast and a bomb placed inside the barracks.