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2nd blaze at Orange hall; ARSON.

AN Orange hall damaged in an overnight fire yesterday had been burned to the ground in earlier attacks.

In the latest incident the entrance to the centre at Kilmore in Co Armagh was extensively damaged.

The Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland said the damage was discovered at 8am yesterday.

A spokesman added: "This is yet another attack on Protestant culture and our way of life."

CCTV equipment was disabled before roof tiles were removed and a flammable liquid poured inside.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jul 31, 2009
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