Pipe bomb

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Different pipe bombs appearances, from a bomb awareness report by the US Department of State

A pipe bomb is a kind of explosive bomb. It is made from a pipe filled with an explosive material.

In many countries making or having a pipe bomb is a serious crime.

Notable incidents[change | change source]

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  11. "Salem Pipe Bomb Suspect Back in Court Tuesday". Salem-News.com. 13 Feb 2007.
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