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On 14 November 1992, the Ulster Defence Association using the cover name the Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF) launched a gun and grenade attack on James Murray's bookmakers on the Oldpark Road in Belfast, Northern Ireland. One gunman opened fire on the customers, whilst another threw a grenade into the shop. The shop was in an Irish nationalist area and all of the dead were local Catholic civilians.
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