Oscar Pistorius trial: Week three round-up

The trial of Oscar Pistorius started in Pretoria on Monday 3 March. The South African athlete is accused of murdering his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, in February 2013.

Here is how our reporters covered the big moments, via tweets and video reports, in the first week of the trial. You can follow the coverage next week via our correspondents in Pretoria on Twitter here.

Day 11 - Monday 17 March
Oscar Pistorius holds his hand to his head during evidence on day 11 Oscar Pistorius listened to an associate tell the court he had "great enthusiasm" for weapons
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Nomsa Maseko
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Tweet by the BBC's Nomsa Maseko
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Kate Forbes
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Oscar Pistorius trial 11 one: the key moments

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Day 12 - Tuesday 18 March
Oscar Pistorius is escorted out of the Pretoria courtroom on day 12 of his trial Oscar Pistorius is escorted out of the Pretoria courtroom on day 12 of his trial
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Nomsa Maseko
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Pumza Fihlani
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Tweet by the BBC's Pumza Fihlani
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Pumza Fihlani
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Oscar Pistorius trial 12 one: the key moments

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Day 13 - Wednesday 19 March
Oscar Pistorius consults his lawyer, Barry Roux, in the Pretoria courtroom Oscar Pistorius consults his lawyer, Barry Roux, at the end of day 13
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Tweet by the BBC's Pumza Fihlani
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Pumza Fihlani
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Oscar Pistorius puts his fingers in his ears during evidence in court Mr Pistorius tried not to listen to details of Ms Steenkamp's injuries
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Pumza Fihlani
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Tweet by the BBC's Pumza Fihlani
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Tweet by the BBC's Nomsa Maseko
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Tweet by the BBC's Nomsa Maseko
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Pumza Fihlani
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Pumza Fihlani
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Tweet by the BBC's Pumza Fihlani
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Pumza Fihlani
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Tweet by the BBC's Pumza Fihlani
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Tweet by the BBC's Andrew Harding
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Oscar Pistorius trial 13 one: the key moments

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Pistorius trial: Week one round-up

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