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    The car bomb went off at 3:10pm on Market Street, one of Omagh's busiest commercial streets

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    Aerial view of the damage from the Omagh bombing

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    A dad and his child pose next to the car packed with explosives moments before it went off. The camera was found in the rubble after the explosion

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    Previously unseen picture of the blood soaked street in Omagh. The picture shows the shop outside where the car bomb exploded

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    Scenes of the Omagh bomb devastation

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    People running from the scene of the car bomb attack in Omagh

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    Damage and rubble in the streets after the Omagh bombing

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    Investigators searching cars. On the day of the attack, the car was loaded with more than 230kg (500lbs) of explosives

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    IRA wall mural

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    The car bomb, placed by the Real Irish Republican Army (RIRA) exploded, killing 31 people including unborn eight month term twins. More than 300 were injured

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    the BBC called the Omagh bombing "Northern Ireland's worst single terrorist atrocity"

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    In 2009, the families of those who were killed in the attack were awarded compensation after four IRA members were found guilty in a £14 million ($22 million) lawsuit

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    The Omagh Memorial Garden is 300 meters away from the site of the incident. The mirrored monument has the victims' names etched

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