(FILES) This file photo taken on April 11, 2014 shows prominent Irish republican Seamus Daly, 43, as he arrives in a police car at the Dungannon Magistrates Court in Dungannon, Northern Ireland. / AFP / PETER MUHLY
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A British court Tuesday dropped all charges against Seamus Daly, the only suspect in the 1998 Omagh bombing in Northern Ireland that killed 29 people.The car bombing, which also injured around 220 people, was the single worst atrocity of the sectarian conflict known as The Troubles.In 2009, the Belfast High Court found that Daly and three other men were liable in a civil case brought by families of the victims and they were later ordered to pay more than £1.6 million (2.1 million euros/$2.2 million) in damages to the relatives.Daly has always denied involvement in the bombing.
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