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Review of the Year Friday, 28 March, 2003, 22:31 GMT
Refugee in lorry The Sarajevo route
In the past seven years, what is called 'irregular migration' into the European Union has increased from 40,000 a year to half a million last year. One in ten of those came via Sarajevo and the Western Balkans.
Euro notes Euro countdown
With just a few weeks left before the euro was launched, PM reporter Angus Crawford toured Europe to investigate preparations for the single currency.
Plane approaches World Trade Center The aftermath
Throughout America, flags flew at half mast, as a nation grieved. Television and radio stations fielded call upon call from tearful listeners.
Shaheen missile Pakistan - no longer a nuclear threat?
One weekend in September, with a stroke of the American pen, years of sanctions against Pakistan came to an end.
Animals on pyre After foot-and-mouth
It was the foot-and-mouth crisis that put the election on hold, but, once the election was underway, those affected were keen that they should not be forgotten.
Lockerbie the verdict Lockerbie - the verdict
For the relatives of those who died in the Lockerbie bombing, it has been a long wait. After a lengthy trial, the court gave them a culprit, Abdel Basset Ali Mohammed al-Megrahi.
Mullah Omar Elusive leader of the Taleban
He is shrouded in mystery, few journalists have met Mullah Omar, and yet the decision - whether or not the Taleban will hand over Osama bin Laden, lay in his hands.
Policeman injured in Gothenburg Protesters riot in Gothenburg
Talks at the EU summit in Gothenburg in June took place against a backdrop of demonstrations and ugly street violence.
NSPCC full stop campaign NSPCC 'letting children down'
Drastic changes at the NSPCC are blamed by staff for the closure of units, which have led to children being 'abandoned'.
NYSE prepares to reopen NYSE gets back to work
In September, after being closed for four days, the longest shut down since the 1930s, Wall Street's opening bell was sounded by New York's new heroes.. members of the police and fire brigade.
Injured asylum seekers in Sangatte Violence at Sangatte
Increased security at the French entrance to the Channel tunnel led to violence among the refugees in Sangatte, as competition became fiercer.
Shankill Road Northern Ireland's other crisis - health
If peace is still the main goal for politicians, they are now having to tackle other urgent problems. Northern Ireland has a desperate health crisis.
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