Baby injured in N.Ireland attack
BELFAST, Northern Ireland (CNN) -- A bomb attack on a police station in Northern Ireland has injured a baby girl.
The 11-week-old baby was hurt when a small bomb was thrown at the Andersonstown police station in west Belfast on Friday night.
The child, who was in a passing car, was taken to hospital after being hurt by flying glass, but later released.
There were no other injuries, a spokesman for the Royal Ulster Constabulary, Northern Ireland's police service, told CNN. He said there had been some minor damage to cars in the area, but no damage to the police station.
The attack happened at around 8.40 p.m. local time (1940 GMT).
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