P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Tue 04 Mar 2p:10/13       1/5 US 0resident Clinton has banned the use of federal funds for research into human cloning. Pe has also called on private firms to impose a voluntary ban AUSTRALJA A@woman aged 7p has become tPe fourth person to die under the world's only voluntary euthanasia law in tPe NortPern Territory. She used a machine which gave a lethal injection. ISRAEL Premier Benja]in Netanyahu has ordered the closure of four Palestinian Authority@offices in Arab East Jerusalem. The order@coincides@with a visit by Yasser Arafat to WasPington. Headlines 101 Extra 140 Ticker 151 News Index 1p2 Flash 150 Extra 140 Westminst Switch On The Box Main Menu
P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/03  HL    j7k4   !/,/ % %/, , US C of fe—eraL fun—r fOr reseapc@ into @—Han cloning. @e @as also caLled on private fArEs to hmpose a vOluntapy ban AU T AL@A A woman aged 70 has become the fourth pjrson to die under the gOrH@ c oLly dOluLtAry eutPALAriA LAg in t@e Nort@—rl T—rritory. She used a machine w@ich gave a lethal injection. I RAEL PreEier BenjAHin Netanya@u har ordere— t@e closure of four Palestinian Aat@ority offices in Arab ast AI @ P— OrHer@coAmbiHes@wAtP@a fhcit by 9Arrer ArAfAt to asPington. Headlines 001 Extra 140 Tic+er 151 News Index 1p2 Flash 150 Extra 140 Westminst Switch On The Box Main Menu
P142 C AX 0 1$0 Tue p Hap p:14/01       2/5 PRO EST FHGHT OVER N-CONV Y "TO GO ON" Alti-luclear campaigners hafe vowe— to fight on to try to stop waste reaching its storA'e site in nort@ern Germany. Th— six containers of waste from German AN— Fpenb@ plants arrived by trAil in DannenberG under pOlice guard d—spite efdorts to delay aNd sabota'e t@e trip. The waste is set to be tak—n for storAge at Gorleben — 10 Hiles awAy. @ut protesters hafe put tractors across th— main route and hav— dug tunnels in a —id to HaB— it impassable. Dront page 100 TV &00 Weat@—r 400 WestEinrt Switch On The Box Main Menu
P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Tue p4 Mar 2p:04/00       2/5 PROTEST FIGHT OVER N-CONV Z "TO GO ON" Anti-nuclear campaigners have vowed to fight on to try to stop waste reaching its storage site in northern Germany. The six containers of waste from German and French plants arrived by train in Dannenberg under police guard despite efforts to delay and sabotage the trip. The waste is set to be taken for storage at Gorleben — 12 miles away. But protesters have put tractors across tPe main route and have dug tunnels in a bid to XaVe it impassable. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Eront page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 Westminst Switch On The Box Main Menu
P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Tue p4 Mar 2p:03/10       3/5 DROUGHT-HIT ETHIOPIA APPEALS FOR RELIEF EtPiopia has appealed to the rest of tPe world for help to counter the effects of a serious drought. The south and east@of tPe country have been worst hit and reports say that human life will be at risk if large numbers of water tankers are not sent. Rivers and ponds have dried up and cattle are dying at an alarming rate, leaving around 1m people needing food aid over tPe next six months. No rain is forecast for three@weeks. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Eront page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 Westminst Switch On The Box Main Menu
P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Tue p, Mar %p:00/53       3/5 DROUGHT]HIT ETHIOPIA APPEALS FOR RELIEF EtPiopia has appealed to tPe rest of tPe worlh@for help to counter the effects of a serious drought. The south and east of the country have been worst hit and reports say that human life will be at risk if large numbers of water tankers are not sent. Rivers and ponds have dried up and cattle are dying at an alarming rate, leaving around 1m people needing food aid over the next six months. No rain is forecast for three weeks. Headlines 1p1 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 Westminst Switch On The Box Main Menu
P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Tue 04 Mar 2p:01/01       4/5 ROXAL YACHT CHECKED AFTER SEA COLLISION The Royal Yacht Britannia is being examined in Karachi, Pakistan, after being involved in a minor collision during replenisPing at sea. The yacht@was taking on supplies from Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship Bayleaf, wPen the two vessels made contact. Both were dented and one of the yacht's stabilisers may have been damaged, the MoD said. TPe collision on Friday is said to be unlikely to affect the yacht's schedule Headlines 101 Index 1p2 Sport 300 Dront page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 Westminst Switch On The Box Main Menu
P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/00       5/5 ADDICT ASKS POLICE TO VERIFY DRUG SALE A drug addict, concerned that she had been sold counterfeit crack cocaine, went straight to the police to complain Rosie Lee Hill asked Pensacola police, Elorida, to verify tPe drugs were real. She said she had paid £30 for the drugs, but when she tasted them she thought they were baking soda. "I'll guess stranger things have happened but I haven't seen them," said police chief Jerry Potts. The woman has been arrested. Headlines 101 Index 1p2 Sport 300 Eront page 1p0 TV n00 WeatPer 4p0 Westminst Switch On The Box Main Menu
P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Tue 04 Mar 2p:01/50       1/5 US President Clinton has banned the use of federal funds for research into human cloning. He has also called on private firms to impose a voluntary ban AUSTRALIA A woman aged 70 has become t@e fourth person to die under the world's only voluntary euthanasia law in the Northern Territory. She used a machine w@ich gave a lethal injection. ISRAEL Premier BenjaHin Netanyahu has dismissed criticism by the US of plans to build a new Jewish settlement in East Jjrusalem. He said bulldozers would start work witPin two weeks. Headlines 101 Extra 140 Ticker 151 News Index 1p2 Flash 150 Extra 140 Westminst Switch On The Box Main Menu
P142 CEEFAX 2 142 Tue 04 Mar 20:20/06  L  BB   .^!/,/ * /,*- ! 4/5 R ZAL YACHT CHECKED AFTER SEA COLLHSION TPe Royal Yacht Britannia is being exaHine— in Karac@i, PaBistan, after being involved in a Hinor collision The yacht was taBing on supplies from Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship Baxleaf, w@en t@e two vessels made contact. Both were d—nte— and one ob t@e yacht's stabilisers -—x have been dama'ed, the MoD said. T@e collision on Friday is said to be unlikely to affect t@e yacht's sc@edule Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 pont page 1p0 TV &00 WeatP—r 400 WestEinst Switch On T@e Box Iain Menu
P142 C@EFAX 2 142 Tue 04 Mar 2p:05/20  L j pj pj tp @j! jws! j7B @  . !/,/ %* /,*- ! 5/ ADDICT ASKS POLHCE TO VERIF DRUG SALE A dpug addict, concerned that s@e had been sold counterfeit crack cocaine, went straight to tPe police to@complain osie eE @iLl —rBe— PenracoHa pOlice Dlori—a, tO verify t@e drags were real. She said she had paid £30 for the drugs, but w(en she tasted t@em she —@OaF@t tPey were bAViNF@ro@a. "I'll guess strang—r things have @Appene— but I @aven t s—en t@em," said polica c(ief J—rry Potts. The woman has been arrested. Headlines 101 Index 102 Sport 300 Front page 100 TV 600 Weather 400 WestIinst Switch On The Box Iain Menu