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Friday, February 26, 1999 Published at 09:57 GMT


Clinton in the clear
Bill Clinton is cleared of all charges in his impeachment trial, leaving him free to carry on as the American president.
Eyewitness: Of all my trials...
Washington Correspondent Paul Reynolds describes what it was like to be there as the trial came to an end.
World's press takes stock
Bill Clinton's acquittal has been dubbed by editorial writers around the world as a victory for - variously - the US constitution, cynicism and sheer good luck.
Relief greets end of trial
If polls are to be believed, most Americans will have been glad to seen the end of the impeachment trial, while many journalists took the opportunity for a bit of comic relief.
A 'pyrrhic victory' for Clinton
President Clinton may have won acquittal but this victory is a hollow one according to BBC News Online users.
Everybody wins
Democrats and Republicans are both claiming victory after US President Bill Clinton was acquitted of perjury and obstruction of justice by the Senate.
Key moments: In their own words
Key soundbites in audio and video from the Lewinsky affair - from first denial to impeachment trial.
Timeline: The Clinton investigation
A timeline of all the key developments with links to the stories, analysis and soundbites from BBC News Online's coverage.




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