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TEENAGERS from the war-torn West Bank are to meet with families of the Omagh Bomb victims this week.

As the ninth anniversary of the blast approaches, the 16 youngsters from Zebabdeh, Palestine, will take part in the Youth Connections for Peace project.

The group, which is part of an ecumenical group of Palestinian Christians, hopes to learn peacebuilding skills during its week-long exchange visit.

It is believed the teenagers will meet privately with relatives of those killed and injured by the Omagh momb.

It killed 29 people plus unborn twins and injured 200 more in the worst atrocity of the Troubles
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Aug 1, 2007
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