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Friday, 8 September, 2000, 16:25 GMT 17:25 UK
The week in pictures: 3 - 10 Sept
Timor tragedy
Three aid workers were killed by pro-Indonesian militias
The coffin of a Croatian UN aid worker killed by militia men in West Timor is removed from a helicopter
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Mo to go

Mo Mowlam in reflective mood after the announcement
One of the UK's most popular politicians Mo Mowlam is stepping down as an MP at the next election
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Cricket glory

England cricketers celebrate at the Oval
England's cricket team celebrate their win over the West Indies by 158 runs, the first in 31 years
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Money money money

An exhibitor inside the Millennium Dome in south London
Not amused: The UK's Millennium Dome is to get another 47m of lottery money
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Time to speak

Fidel Castro at UN headquarters in New York
Fidel Castro seemed determined warning lights would not stop his speech at the UN Millennium Summit
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Take that

The President says he allowed Natsumi Gomi to 'win'
Russia's President Vladimir Putin is overthrown by a 10-year-old Japanese girl, Natsumi Gomi
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Up, up and away

Shuttle take off
The space shuttle Atlantis taking off for an 11 day mission
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