Omagh: ten years on

The residents of Omagh are still struggling to come to terms with the event, writes Anton McCabe.

9th August, 2008

The residents of Omagh are still struggling to come to terms with the event, writes Anton McCabe.

Ten years after a bomb ripped through Omagh, killing 29 people and unborn twins, the relatives, survivors and wider community in Omagh are still trying to cope with the effects of the atrocity.

A report, carried out some time after the bombing on August 15, 1998, showed that 25 per cent of the population of the Omagh district was...

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