Omagh


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Omagh

(əʊˈmɑː; ˈəʊmə)
n
1. (Placename) a market town in Northern Ireland. Pop: 19 910 (2001)
2. (Placename) a district of W Northern Ireland, in Co Tyrone. Pop: 49 560 (2003 est). Area: 1130 sq km (436 sq miles)
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OMAGH bomb victims' families today held a 'heated meeting' with Gordon Brown over how intelligence on the bombers was handled.
DNA evidence will be used to convict an electrician of murdering 29 people in the Omagh bombing, a court heard yesterday.
VETERAN galloper Fields Of Omagh became the first eight-year-old to win the Group 1 Futurity Stakes over a mile at Caulfield, Australia, yesterday.
LIMAVADY boss Tommy Wright was a happy man after his side dismissed the tepid challenge of struggling Omagh Town in a victory that was more convincing than the 2-0 scoreline suggests.
A 34-year-old man was appearing in court today accused of supplying the car used by the Real IRA to plant the Omagh bomb which killed 29 people in 1998.
A 34-YEAR-old man was last night charged with supplying the car used to plant the Real IRA bomb which killed 29 people in Omagh, County Tyrone in 1998.
A Special Branch officer is to be questioned in a new twist to the police investigation into the Omagh bomb atrocity.
NEXT week the film 'Omagh' will be broadcast on RTE and Channel Four before going on general release in cinemas throughout Ireland and Britain.
THE Government is set to face demands by the Omagh relatives for a full public inquiry into the bombing of the town, which left 29 people dead.