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Thursday, 24 May, 2001, 15:45 GMT 16:45 UK
Picture gallery: The Clinton visit

Mr Clinton meets Joan Wilson, the widow of Enniskillen bomb victim Senator Gordon Wilson
Despite having left high office, former American president Bill Clinton has retained the ability to attract thousands of people on his visit to Northern Ireland.

During his two-day visit to Northern Ireland he travelled to Londonderry, County Fermanagh, County Tyrone and Belfast.


Chatting with Sam Blair and other relatives who lost relatives in the Enniskillen bomb


The former president is warmly received in County Fermanagh


Mr Clinton unveils a plaque for those who died in the Remembrance Day bomb in 1987


Londonderry was Mr Clinton's first stop on his two-day visit


Addressing thousands of people in Derry

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