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Photo Archive --- Date:20020613

Turkey Survive World Cup Group C by 3-0 Win over China

Turkey, who were qualified for the World Cup soccer finals in 48 years, stepped into the second roundof the 2002 World Cup by beating China 3-0 in their last group match here on Thursday. (Xinhua) 

Brazil Beat Costa Rica 5-2

Four-time world champions Brazil trounced Costa Rica 5-2 to send Turkey into the round of 16 at the World Cup finals here on Thursday. (Xinhua) 

11th Panchen Lama Holds Buddhist Activity in Lhasa

11th Panchen Lama presents hada, a piece of white silk symbolizing luck, to the image of Sakyamuni, the founder of Buddhism when he held a Buddhist activity in accordance with the Tibetan traditional religious practice in Jokhang Lamasery in the center of Lhasa, capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region of China June 12, 2002. (Xinhua ) 

Spain Beat South Africa 3-2 to Top World Cup Group B

Spain upset South Africa 3-2 in their last group B match at the 2002 World Cup finals here on Wednesday, topping the group with nine points and kicking the Africans out of the premier soccer tournament.  

Chinese President Arrives in Tallinn

Accompanied by Estonian President Arnold Ruutel (L), Chinese President Jiang Zemin reviews the guard of honor at the welcoming ceremony after he arrived in Tallinn to start his state visit to Estonia June 12, 2002. (Xinhua Photo/Ju Peng)

Rainstorms Hit Meitan County

Residents clean mud in the streets of Meitan county in Guizhou Province, southwest of China, June 12, 2002.Continual rainstorms lasting for 15 hours hit the county and caused serious damages in many areas. Local government has sent urgent relief to the disaster areas and restored power and communication. (Xinhua Photo/Guo Hongjing)

Argentina Sent Out by Swenen

Swedish midfielder Svensson (L) and Argentinian player fight for the ball during their Group E first round last match of 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan finals in Osaka, June 12, 2002. Argentina was sent out by Sweden by a draw of 1:1. (Xinhua photo/Li Jundong)

Isaf And Afghan Armed Force Confronted Each Other

An International Security and Assistance Force in Afghanistan (ISAF) patrol car passes an Afghan armed fighter standing along the roadside in Kabul June 12, 2002. The ISAF and an Afghan Armed Force unit confronted each other with rifles earlier but did not open fire in an intersection about 500 meters from the meeting hall of the Loya Jirga just in session in the morning of June 12, 2002 (Xinhua Photo/Zhao Peng)

England Draws Nigeria 0-0

English midfielder David Beckham and Nigerian defender Udeze Ifeanyi vie for the ball during the Group F match of the 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan in Osaka, 12 June, 2002. Nigeria was sent out by England by a draw of 0-0. (Xinhua Photo/ Feng Wuyong)

Security Tightened in Britain

Two police patrol in front of the Parliament Building in Westminster, London June 11, 2002. Britain's intelligence service has recently drawn up a list of 350 potential terrorist targets such as key government buildings, nuclear power stations, vital communications centers, military bases, airports etc. (Xinhua Photo/Wang Dingchang)

"Green" Highway

A view of a newly-built highway flanked with tropical flowers and trees in Dongguan City in south China's Guangdong Province June 12, 2002. The local authorities has emphasized on the green of the city, along with the development of its economy. (Xinhua Photo/Chen Xuesi)

Armed Police Rescue Tourists Stranded in Flooded Shaanxi Province

An armed policeman rescues a baby in flood in northwest China's Shaanxi Province June 12, 2002. Continual rainstorms in recent days have caused flooding and landslides that wreak havoc in parts of the province. The Central Government and local authorities have sent emergency relief personnel and supplies to disaster areas. (Xinhua Photo/Liu Ke) 

Rainstorms Hit Shaanxi Province

A team of armed police stand in water, reinforcing a levee in northwest China's Shaanxi Province June 12, 2002. Continual rainstorms in recent days have caused flooding and landslides that wreak havoc in parts of the province. The Central Government and local authorities have sent emergency relief personnel and supplies to disaster areas. (Xinhua Photo/Wang Lei)
   


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