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Thursday, 14 March, 2002, 15:54 GMT
Lockerbie judgement: In pictures
Relatives of the Lockerbie bombing victims gathered at Camp Zeist in the Netherlands for the last time on Thursday to hear the outcome of the appeal by the man convicted of the 270 murders. BBC News Online captures some of the images from inside and outside the special Scottish Court in Holland.

Camp Zeist
Dawn breaks over Camp Zeist on judgement day

Police outside the court building
Scottish police officers stand guard outside the court

Peter Lowenstein and wife Suse arrive at the court
Peter Lowenstein and wife Suse, who lost their 21-year-old son Alexander, arrive to hear the judgement

Abdelbaset Ali Mohmetdal-Megrahi
Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi waits to learn his fate

Lord Cullen
Lord Cullen announces that the judges have unanimously rejected the appeal

Al-Megrahi
Al-Megrahi is told of the court's decision

Jim Swire, right, and John Mosey
Victims' relatives Dr Jim Swire, right, and John Mosey speak to the media after the judgement

Deirdre Fortune
Deirdre Fortune, 53, from New York, clasps her hands next to a photo of her husband Robert, who died in the Lockerbie bombing

Al-Megrahi's brother Abudulnaser leaves Camp Zeist
Al-Megrahi's brother Abudulnaser leaves Camp Zeist

Lockerbie megapuff graphic

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