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The Week in Pictures: 13th - 19th April

Fans fight with police after Newcastle lose 3 - 0 to Sunderland. 29 are arrested. Credit: ITV News
The picture of a Newcastle United fan punching a police horse spreads all over the world. Credit: West Yorkshire Police Horses / ITV Tyne Tees
The Hoppings are cancelled for the first time in the event's history - the first time in over 130 years. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
Runners from the North East take part in the Boston Marathon - where 3 are killed and dozens injured after bombs explode. Credit: REUTERS/Dan Lampariello
A coach driver from the North East is killed when his coach, hired from Stanley, crashes in the French Alps. Credit: RP/Reuters
Paul Gascoigne says he is excited to take part in Celebrities On Ice in Newcastle. Credit: Stephen Pond/PA Wire/Press Association Images
Lance Corporal James Steel, of Ripon, and Corporal Carl Spence, of Hartlepool, carry Margaret Thatcher's coffin at her funeral. Credit: ITV
Durham Miners' Association attends an event in Easington celebrating the death of Margaret Thatcher Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
Labour leader Ed Miliband visit his brother's former constituency in South Shields. Credit: ITV News Tyne Tees
The Education Secretary visits a school in Stockton and refuses to apologise for accusing schools in East Durham of not doing enough Credit: ITV News

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