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Photo Archive --- Date:20020604

Costa Rica Beat China 2-0

Costa Rica beat World Cup first timers China 2-0 on two second-half goals within four minutes in their Group C game on Tuesday in Kwangju. (PD Photo)  

Finished-drug Exports Urged

Chen Jinjin, a saleswoman for the Xinchang Pharmaceutical Factory, positions a container of carotene -- the pigment in carrots that the liver turns into vitamin A -- at CPhl China 2002, an international pharmaceutical show at Intex Shanghai, which ends tomorrow.(Eastday Photo) 

China Team Prepares for First Match

China's national team trains during a training session in Sogwipo on South Korea's Cheju Island June 3, 2002 for its World Cup debut. China, in group C with Brazil, Costa Rica and Turkey, play their first match in the World Cup Finals against Costa Rica in Kwangju on June 4.(PD Photo)

Buckingham Palace On Fire

British policeman guards the pass to Buckingham Palace, London, 02 June, 2002, where a fire broke out in the loft of the West Terrace of Queen Elizabeth II's official London residence. There were no casualties and the fire was soon contained. (Xinhua Photo/Wang Dingchang)

Jiang Arrives in Alma-Ata for CICA Summit

President Jiang Zemin arrived in Alma-Ata Monday to attend the first summit of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia(CICA) scheduled for Tuesday. (Xinhua) 

Chinese President Meets Greek PM

Chinese President Jiang Zemin (L) shakes hands with visiting Greek Prime Minister Constantine Simitis at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing June 3, 2002. (Xinhua Photo/Lan Hongguang)  

Chinese Volunteers Head for Vietnam

A group of 15 Chinese youth volunteers left Nanning City Monday for Lang Son Province in Vietnam where they will provide free medical care for local residents.(Xinhua)  

Senior Leader Meets Newly-Elected Christian Heads

Senior Chinese leader Li Ruihuan met Monday with the newly-elected leaders of the country's national Christian bodies.(Xinhua)  

Chinese Premier Meets Nepalese Guests

China-Nepal relations have become amodel of good-neighborly friendship and peaceful coexistence, said Chinese Premier Zhu Rongji Monday in Beijing. (Xinhua) 
   


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