A senior police officer has appealed for political progress in Northern Ireland after a bomb attack in County Fermanagh.
Police blamed dissident republicans for the explosion near Wattlebridge, close to the Irish border, on Monday.
PSNI Deputy Chief Constable Stephen Martin said it was a “reckless and indiscriminate” attempt to kill police officers.
Northern Ireland has been without a devolved government since January 2017.
Power sharing collapsed in a row between Sinn Féin and the DUP over a flawed green-energy scheme. Attempts to restore it have so far failed.
DCC Martin said police believe Monday’s bomb attack may have been carried out by either the Continuity IRA or New IRA.
He said there have been five attempts to murder police officers so far this year.