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The Omagh Bomb Friday, 21 January, 2005, 11:38 GMT
The Omagh bomb left 29 people dead Omagh fund allocation criticised
Relatives of some Omagh bomb victims hit out at the allocation of money from a charitable trust set up after the atrocity.
Dissident guilty of Omagh bomb plot
A dissident republican is convicted of plotting to cause the Omagh bombing which killed 29 people in 1998.
Colm Murphy: Only person charged in connection with Omagh bombing Summing up in Omagh bomb trial
The prosecution gives its closing argument in the Dublin trial of the only person charged in connection with the 1998 Omagh bombing.
Firefighters survey the scene of the Omagh bomb Bomb atrocity rocks Northern Ireland
From the archive: BBC reports from the archive on the Omagh bomb, the worst terrorist atrocity in Northern Ireland.
The Omagh bomb left 29 people dead Police chief meets with Omagh families
NI's police chief meets bereaved relatives to respond to the ombudsman's criticisms of the police investigation into the Omagh bomb.
Panorama title graphics Mobile phones key to Omagh probe
Records of mobile phone conversations made on the day of the Omagh bombing are crucial to the police investigation, according to the BBC's Panorama.
The Inquest
 
Esther Gibson, killed by the Omagh bomb Living with the aftermath of Omagh
Elizabeth Gibson talks about the loss of her sister Esther and living with the bomb.
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Survivors and bereaved from the Omagh bomb take little comfort from the conviction of dissident republican Colm Murphy.
Omagh's pain goes on


Omagh's physical scars may be harder to spot three years on but memories of a bombing that killed 29 townspeople remain raw
Rebuilding Omagh


Panorama's special investigation into the Omagh bomb
Who bombed Omagh?


BBC Ireland correspondent Denis Murray recalls the Omagh bomb
Personal view: Denis Murray


Who are the dissidents threatening peace?
Who are the Real IRA?


Sir Ronnie FlanaganOmbudsman's report
The PSNI rebuttal

Sir Ronnie FlanaganSir Ronnie Flanagan
Chief constable under fire

The 29 victims
Omagh bomb death toll
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