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Teebane bombing

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N. IRELAND: PORTADOWN: CAR BOMB EXPLODES OUTSIDE POLICE STATION

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UK: N.IRELAND: STEWARTSTOWN: CAR BOMB EXPLOSION

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SYND 18 5 73 FOUR SOLDIERS DIE IN BOOBY-TRAPPED CAR IN OMAGH

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SYND 23/2/72 FUNERAL OF FOUR IRA MEN KILLED IN BOMB BLAST IN BELFAST

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The Teebane bombing took place on 17 January 1992 at a rural crossroads between Omagh and Cookstown in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. A roadside bomb destroyed a van carrying 14 construction workers who had been repairing a British Army base in Omagh. Eight of the men were killed and the rest were wounded. The Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) claimed responsibility, saying that the workers were killed because they were "collaborating" with the "forces of occupation".
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