The family of a young boy who was killed in the Omagh bomb say they believe they will never get justice for what happened.
Today marks 25 years since a 500lb car bomb detonated in the Co Tyrone town killing 29 people, including a mother who was pregnant with twins.
Three young boys from Buncrana were killed in the blast on August 15th 1998. They had been on a day trip to the town.
Lisa Dillon lost her eight-year-old brother Oran Doherty in the atrocity, and believes no one will ever be sent to prison for the attack.
"I don't think we'll ever get justice, I don't think anybody will ever be locked up for what they did.
"But hopefully this public inquiry, some truth may come about in some sort of way."
Ms Dillon said she still wonders how his killers live with themselves.
"I don't like to think about it because it makes me really, really angry, and I don't like to feel angry," she said.
"I just think, 'Do they live with the guilt every day' - they have to feel guilty.
"When I sat in Omagh yesterday, and they called out the names and the ages of everybody that passed away that day, it was the first time I really thought, 'Oh my, they are all so young'".
.@BarryWhyte85 meets Gerard McLaughlin from Buncrana.
He was 12 at the time of the Omagh bomb.
His brother was injured, and his cousin Oran Doherty and friend Sean McLaughlin were killed that day. pic.twitter.com/kBVLyEVHNt
— NewstalkFM (@NewstalkFM) August 15, 2023
Tánaiste Micheál Martin has said the State "will cooperate fully” with a UK inquiry into the preventability of the Omagh bombing when it begins.
Ms Dillon said the Irish Government should also hold its own inquiry.
"Absolutely, 100% they need to do it - there's a lot of [questions] that need to be answered from the Republic of Ireland.
"They need to come onboard; I'm disappointed that the Irish Government haven't done much yet, but they have to.
"They owe it to us," she added.
Earlier today Omagh fell silent to mark exactly 25 years since the explosion.
Relatives of the victims laid flowers at the site of the blast in the town centre.