Seven men have been charged with the attempted murder of a senior police officer in Co Tyrone in February.
Two men aged 28 and five men aged between 33 and 72 were charged for the attack on Detective Chief Inspector John Caldwell’s life.
Along with this, two of the men, aged 38 and 45, have also been charged with membership of a “proscribed organisation”, the IRA, according to the PSNI.
Three of the men, aged 28, 33 and 47, have also been charged with preparation of terrorist acts.
All seven men are expected to appear before Dungannon Magistrates Court via video link on May 29th.
Mr Caldwell was shot several times by two gunmen in the car park of a sports complex in Omagh in front of several children, including his son.
The PSNI arrested 11 people on Friday under the Terrorism Act in Omagh and Coalisland.
They were taken to the Serious Crime Suite in Musgrave for questioning – but two men, aged 34 and 21, and two women, aged 52 and 34, were later released pending a report to the Public Prosecution Service.
Detective Superintendent Eamonn Corrigan previously said he “delighted” Mr Caldwell is “on the road to recovery” - but now he wants “to make sure we bring those vile individuals who tried to murder him to justice”.
PSNI is appealing for any information regarding the attack on February 22nd, having released new CCTV footage and images of the incident.
The Crimestoppers charity is offering one of the largest rewards of £150,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those involved in the attempted murder.
It is completely independent from the police and can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111, or online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org.