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Friday, 18 February, 2000, 15:00 GMT
The week in pictures: 13-19 Feb
Haider barred from Holocaust museum
Protesters against Austrian far-right leader Joerg Haider confront hotel staff in Montreal
Protesters against Austrian far-right leader Joerg Haider confront hotel staff in Montreal
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Fireball crash kills air crew

Three crew members died when a cargo plane crashed into a Californian scrapyard
Three crew members died when a cargo plane crashed into a Californian scrapyard
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Gazza and Boro self destruct

Middlesbrough's Paul Gascoigne breaks his arm against an opponent's head
Middlesbrough's Paul Gascoigne breaks his arm against an opponent's head
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Lab grows monster crystal

A 318kg crystal grown in just 52 days <I>Picture: Jackie McBride/Bryan Quintard, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory</I>
A 318kg crystal grown in just 52 days Picture: Jackie McBride/Bryan Quintard, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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Sparks fly in Republican debate

John McCain (left) and George W Bush (right) clash ahead of the South Carolina primary
John McCain (left) and George W Bush (right) clash ahead of the South Carolina primary
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Iran goes to the polls

The people of Iran voted in parliamentary polls, widely seen as a referendum on President Mohammad Khatami
The people of Iran voted in parliamentary polls, widely seen as a referendum on President Mohammad Khatami
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Death of a river

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Cynaide has wiped out life along the River Tisza through Romania, Hungary and Yugoslavia
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The circus comes to town

Tory leader William Hague, supported by shadow chancellor Michael Portillo, take their anti-euro roadshow round the UK
Tory leader William Hague, supported by shadow chancellor Michael Portillo, take their anti-euro roadshow round the UK
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South Africa defeat sorry England

England cricket captain Nasser Hussain experiences the familiar feelings of defeat against South Africa
England cricket captain Nasser Hussain experiences the familiar feelings of defeat against South Africa
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Tornado terror

Devastation as tornadoes strike Georgia and Florida in the US
Devastation as tornadoes strike Georgia and Florida in the US
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Beautiful Eros sends scientists into orbit

Scientists are stunned by pictures of the asteroid Eros, sent from the orbiting probe, Near
Scientists are stunned by pictures of the asteroid Eros, sent from the orbiting probe, Near
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Talented tortoises on trial

Frank Skinner auditions a tortoise for the West End play Cooking With Elvis
Frank Skinner auditions a tortoise for the West End play Cooking With Elvis
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From kindergarten to campus
Six-year-old Justin Chapman, who finds the work at the University of Rochester easier than opening the doors
Six-year-old Justin Chapman, who finds the work at the University of Rochester easier than opening the doors
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