Dolly cloned sheep
Recent, but undated, file picture of Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned adult animal. Dolly, who is now seven-months-old, was developed by a team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute. * 14/08/00 The scientists who cloned Dolly the Sheep are to stop experiments involving genetically modifying pigs for human organ transplants because of concerns that deadly new diseases could be passed on to people. 04/01/02: Dolly, the world's first cloned sheep, who has arthritis in her left hind leg at the hip and the knee. Professor Ian Wilmut, of the Edinburgh-based Roslin Institute who led the team which cloned the animal, said there was no way of knowing if the five-year-old's condition was a result of the cloning process.
Andrew Meets The Daleks on Westminister Bridge
Andrew Tuttner (8) meets two Daleks on Westminister Bridge, London. The robots were on location for the new BBC series of "Dr Who". 5/2/99: The Daleks will appear on Millennium stamps due to be issued Summer 1999 by the Royal Mail. * The other three stamps in the entertainers series are expected to feature Bobby Moore holding the World Cup aloft, Charlie Chaplin and former rock legend Freddie Mercury.
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Commandos reunited at a service in the Highlands
A group of French and British commando's who stormed the beaches of Normandy on D-Day together, are reunited at a service in the Scottish Highlands. Ten French and two British veterans who formed part of the first special service brigade which took Sword Beach where more than 150 of their comrades were killed or wounded, made their way up the hill to the Spean Bridge Commando memorial where once they carried full battle gear.
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