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The first report immediately after a pipe bomb explodes in Atlanta's Olympic Park during the 1996 Summer Games. All Rights Reserved CNN.


Topic. Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games. Similar Topics. World Trade Center bombing of 1993. Boston Marathon bombing of 2013.


Read Fast Facts from CNN about the 1996 Olympic Park Bombing in Atlanta.


Centennial Olympic Park bombing (1996). Winter Olympic bid scandal (1998). Figure-skating judging scandal (2002).


Television interview with U.S. Olympian Janet Evans interrupted by explosion - 1.1M QuickTime movie.


EXCLUSIVE: 'We felt like we were all that each other had' - 20 years after 1996 Atlanta Olympics bombing, victim's daughter tells how she has built a life without the mother she loved.


After a bomb went off during the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and other media outlets zeroed in on one suspect: security guard Richard Jewell.


The Centennial Olympic Park bombing was a domestic terrorist pipe bombing attack on the Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, Georgia, on July 27 during the 1996 Summer Olympics. The blast directly killed 1 person and injured 111 others; another person later died of a heart attack.


Former US fugitive Eric Rudolph has pleaded guilty to carrying out the 1996 Olympic bombing as well as other blasts in Atlanta and Alabama.