Omagh Bomb commemoration services held in Omagh and Buncrana

Hundreds of people attended separate services in Tyrone and Donegal on Wednesday which were held to mark the 20th anniversary of the Omagh bombing in which 29 people and two unborn babies lost their lives. The Real IRA attack, on August 15th, 2018, was the single bloodiest atrocity of the Northern Ireland Troubles.

The bigger of the two commemoration services took place at Market Street, in Omagh town centre, at the exact spot where a car bomb exploded 20 years earlier. The service was arranged by the Churches’ Forum in Omagh, whose co–chairmen are the Rector of Drumragh with Mountfield, the…

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