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Wednesday, September 23, 1998 Published at 08:47 GMT 09:47 UK


Special Report





The cost of the car: 20 million dead

The first person was killed in a car accident 100 years ago. Since then over 20 million people have died in car-related accidents.





How the dead have helped the living

Sam Roberts, from the BBC's Horizon programme, reports on how human cadavers are used in road safety research, 100 years after the first car crash fatility.








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Special Report Contents
- El Nino
- House of Lords
- Unabomber
- Mars Surveyor probe
- Education League Tables
- Whitbread yacht race
- Space
- Single currency
- ISS




1998 Contents

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Balloon race

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Valentine

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Harley Davidson

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Welfare Reform

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Diana

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Chinese New Year

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Water Week

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Health

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Clinton Scandal

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Woodward

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Bloody Sunday

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Eurasia 98

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Asian economic crises

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Car Crash

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1970s

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EU Enlargement

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Drugs in sport

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Encryption

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Australian Republic

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Food Agency

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London Referendum

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Karla Faye Tucker

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Hooligans

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Viagra

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Northern Ireland

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India Elections

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Sri Lanka

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liberal democrats

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Gulf War Syndrome

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WEF Davos

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04/98

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Pope in Cuba

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Elgar

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Super Bowl XXXII

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PNG

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Millennium Dome

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US abortion rights

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Bon Appetit

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Kosovo

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Five Nations