John Downey faces charges in Northern Ireland over deaths of two soldiers in 1972 bombing
A man facing charges in Northern Ireland over the alleged murder of two soldiers in 1972, a decade before his alleged involvement in the Hyde Park bombing atrocity, has been granted bail by the high court in Dublin.
John Downey, 66, was expected to be released from detention on Thursday afternoon upon payment of €30,000 (£26,000) bail.
Source: The Guardian
Man wanted over IRA bombing deaths is granted bail in Dublin