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Thursday, 28 September, 2000, 13:57 GMT 14:57 UK
In pictures: Suharto freed
There has been anger on the streets of Jakarta following the decision to dismiss corruption charges against ex-president Suharto. Doctors found he was too ill to stand trial.

Anti-Suharto protesters push over a bus carrying Suharto supporters
Angry protesters push over a bus carrying Suharto supporters. They wanted to see the former president put on trial

Anti-Suharto student demonstrators dance after burning a police motorcycle
Student demonstrators helped bring down Suharto in May 1998. Now they feel cheated of justice

Support of Suharto throws stones
Supporters of the former president clashed with Suharto opponents as the announcement came that Mr Suharto was a free man

Mr Suharto's lawyers behind the defendant's empty chair
Mr Suharto never appeared in court. In August the trial was opened and adjourned for two weeks

Suharto after release from hospital August 1999
Doctors say Suharto is unfit to stand trial - and that he now has the comprehension of a young child

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