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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