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Thursday, March 4, 1999 Published at 21:41 GMT


World: Africa

Images of the kidnap drama



Eight tourists - from Britain, the United States and New Zealand - were killed on 1 March while on an adventure holiday in a remote area of north-western Uganda. The following are images taken in the wake of the killings.


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A park guide at the start of a hiking trail on the border into the forest at Bwindi National Park.


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Remains of the Bwindi camp shortly after the eight tourists were killed.


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A Ugandan man reads a local newspaper reporting the story.


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Danja Walthers from Switzerland is comforted at the Entebbe airport, before leaving Uganda.
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Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni talks to the press about the killings.


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Survivor Linda Adams speaks to the media after returning to San Francisco International Airport.




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