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Monday, February 8, 1999 Published at 18:44 GMT


World: Middle East

King Hussein's funeral in pictures

Waiting to mourn: King Hussein's sons gather for the funeral


[ image: President Clinton and other leaders came to pay tribute ...]
President Clinton and other leaders came to pay tribute ...


[ image: ... Including President Yeltsin who braved ill health to attend]
... Including President Yeltsin who braved ill health to attend


[ image: And on the streets thousands came out to mourn]
And on the streets thousands came out to mourn


[ image: The grief was too much for some Jordanians]
The grief was too much for some Jordanians


[ image: The king's favourite stallion stood riderless as a sign of loss]
The king's favourite stallion stood riderless as a sign of loss


[ image: A vast procession followed the king to his final resting place]
A vast procession followed the king to his final resting place





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