The Foreign Affairs Minister has laid a wreath in Dublin to remember the victims of the Dublin/Monaghan bombings.
33 people were killed when four bombs were detonated in Dublin and Monaghan 43 years ago today.
Minister Charlie Flanagan said they'll be pressing the British government to unearth the truth about what happened through an inquiry.
Picture: Fine Gael Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan lays a wreath at the memorial to mark the Dublin Bombings with the names written on both sides of those who died in the Dublin-Monaghan Bombings on 1974 on Talbot Street in Dublin this morning on the 43st Anniversary. Photo Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie