The car bomb went off at 3:10pm on Market Street, one of Omagh's busiest commercial streets
Aerial view of the damage from the Omagh bombing
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
Previously unseen picture of the blood soaked street in Omagh. The picture shows the shop outside where the car bomb exploded
Scenes of the Omagh bomb devastation
People running from the scene of the car bomb attack in Omagh
Damage and rubble in the streets after the Omagh bombing
Investigators searching cars. On the day of the attack, the car was loaded with more than 230kg (500lbs) of explosives
IRA wall mural
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
the BBC called the Omagh bombing "Northern Ireland's worst single terrorist atrocity"
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
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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