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The Week in Pictures: 6th - 12th April

Borders-born Ryan Mania wins the Grand National title on Saturday. Credit: David Davies/PA Wire
24 hours later Ryan Mania is airlifted to hospital in Newcastle after a fall during the Hexham Races Credit: ITV Tyne Tees
Teesside grandmother Lindsay Sandiford loses her appeal against the death penalty in Bali. Credit: Reuters
The former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher dies following a stroke. People across the North East say "there is no sorrow here." Credit: Fiona Hanson/PA Archive
The Red Arrows are confirmed to open this year's Sunderland Airshow for the first time. Credit: ITV Tyne Tees
Children's heart surgery resumes at Leeds General Infirmary after services were suspended a fortnight ago over safety fears. Credit: PA Wire
One Direction are in Newcastle for the week for a series of gigs and visited the Newcastle United training ground. Credit: PA Wire
Portuguese team Benfica train at St James' Park ahead of the second leg of the Europa League clash against Newcastle United. Credit: ITV News
The rich list reveals that Cheryl Cole is worth an estimated fortune of £14 million. Credit: Ian West/PA Wire/Press Association Images
One of Tyneside's biggest industrial landmarks could be saved thanks to new funding. Credit: Gateshead Council
Benfica fans make the trip from Portugal to see their team kick off against the Magpies. Credit: ITV News
Thousands of UK cars are being recalled due to an airbag problem - including almost 60,000 from car giant Nissan. Credit: PA
Families are reunited when soldiers return home to North Yorkshire after a six month tour of duty Credit: ITV News

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