FAMILIES of Omagh bomb victims have pledged to stick with their marathon legal battle after two men successfully appealed a high court ruling that had found them responsible for the 1998 outrage.
RONNIE Flanagan, the former Northern Ireland police chief criticised for his handling of the 1998 Omagh bombing, publicly apologised to the victims' families for the first time last night.
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A MAN was cleared today of murdering 29 people in the 1998 Omagh bomb atrocity.
ALLEGED Omagh mass murderer Sean Hoey was "fully aware" the terrorist bomb plot against the town would result in deaths, a court heard yesterday.
MI5 intelligence from before the Omagh bombing was only passed to the Northern Ireland police earlier this year.
PRESSURE mounted on the British and Irish governments last night to hold an inquiry into the Omagh bomb atrocity after it emerged MI5 withheld vital anti-terrorism intelligence just months before the attack.
DETECTIVES investigating the 1998 Omagh bombing yesterday arrested a 34-year-old man.
THE seventh anniversary of the Omagh bombing was marked yesterday with a commemoration in the town's Remembrance Garden.
THE trial of Sean Hoey, 35, accused of the 29 Omagh bombing murders, was delayed for at least two months yesterday after his defence submitted new legal papers.
SEAN Gerard Hoey, 35, an electrician from south Armagh, was remanded in custody by Craigavon magistrates yesterday charged with 61 offences relating to the 1998 Omagh bombing, including 29 murders.
THE man accused of the Omagh bomb murders will attempt to have the case against him halted, it emerged today.
A 37-YEAR-OLD man from South Armagh was being questioned yesterday about the August 1998 Omagh bomb, police said.
AN ELECTRICIAN is to be charged later this month with murdering 29 people who died in the Omagh bomb massacre, the Northern Ireland High Court heard yesterday.
A LABOURER appeared in court yesterday accused of supplying the car used in the Omagh bomb massacre.
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.
AN application by Omagh bomb victims’ families for access to state documents as part of their £15 million compensation claim against the alleged terrorists was rejected today at Dublin’s Special Criminal Court.
THE only man jailed in connection with the Omagh bombing is to face a retrial after his conviction was overturned yesterday.
AN FBI spy testifying in a £10 million court action against the Omagh bomb suspects wants to give evidence from the United States to protect his life.
AN OMAGH bomb suspect is seeking up to £15,000 in compensation after claiming he was left traumatised by police questioning.
A MAN appeared in court in Northern Ireland yesterday charged in connection with the Omagh bombing.