Donegal based Spanish students return to the North for the first time since Omagh bomb

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Donegal-based Spanish students have for the first time since the  Buncrana 2Omagh bomb crossed the border into Northern Ireland.
The restrictions were imposed after Spanish and Donegal children and their teachers were caught up in the Real IRA bombing which killed 29 people 15 years ago.
12 year-old Student Fernando Blasco Baselga and group leader Rocio Abad Ramos were among the victims, along with Buncrana youngsters Shaun McLaughlin and James Barker who were both 12 and eight-year-old Oran Doherty.
This year small parties of Spanish students have gone to Derry.
Local Deputy Padraig MacLochlainn says it is a very positive development:


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