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Photo Archive --- Date:20020618

Turkey Makes History of Beating Japan 1-0

Turkey, which embraced the World Cup finals for the first time in 48 years, made a history of jumping into the quarter-finals of the competition after upsetting co-hosts Japan 1-0 in the knock-out stage Tuesday in Miyagi.  

Turkey Makes History of Beating Japan 1-0

Turkey's midfielder Umit Davala (22) celebrates after scoring the first goal against Japan during match 55, round of 16 of the FIFA 2002 World Cup 18 June, 2002 in Miyagi, Japan. Teammate Turkey's midfielder Tugay Kerimoglu (8) also celebrates the score. (AFP Photo) 

Fujian Delivers Crashed Plane Wreckage to Taiwan

The Fujian Provincial Red Cross Society delivered some aircraft wreckage and belongings of people who died in the plane crash on May 25 to its counterpart in Taiwanat a ceremony held in Fuzhou Monday. (Xinhua) 

Chinese President Jiang Zemin Visits Lithuania

Visiting Chinese President Jiang Zemin (R) shakes hands with Lithuanian President Valdas Adamkus (L) before their talks in Vilnius, June 17, 2002. Jiang Zemin arrived here for a state visit to Lithuania, the first by a Chinese head of state to the Baltic country. (Xinhua photo/Ma Zhancheng)

14 Nobel Prize Winners Attend Seminar in Beijing

Fourteen Nobel prize winners and more than over one hundred other famous Chinese and foreign scientists attended a seminar held in Qinghua University Monday.(Xinhua) 

Brazil Advances to Quarterfinal

Brazilian midfielder Ronalindinho breaks the defense during the second round match of 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan finals with Begium in Kobe, June 17, 2002. Brazil beat Belgium 2-0 to advance to quarterfinal. (Xinhua photo/Feng Wuyong) 

Hunan--Guangxi Rail Way Recoverd

Workers try to relocate and fix the wash-away rails by landslide owing to continuous heavy rain and flood at a demolished section of Hunan--Guangxi railway June 17, 2002 at Guilin, a famous tourism attraction in Southwest China's Guangxi Province. The destroyed part has been recovered and the traffic ensured smooth on the morning of the day. (Xinhua Photo/Chen Tianhu)

Vice-Premier Li Lanqing Meets Nobel Laureates

Chinese Vice-Premier Li Lanqing met Monday afternoon with a group of Nobel Prize winners and well-known scientists who are attending the International Symposium on Frontiers of Science.(Xinhua)  

First China-Russia Women's Culture Week Opens

Fang Shaohua(L),Graduated from the Kiev Architectural Engineering College in Ukraine in the 1950s,talked to the members of Russian delegation at the opening ceremony of the First Chinese-Russian Women's Culture Week held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing,June 17,2002. (Xinhua Photo) 

Land Sales Bring 422 Million HKD to Government Revenue

Two government lots were sold for a total of 422 million HK dollars (54.1 million U.S. dollars) at a public auction held by the Lands Department of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Monday afternoon. (Xinhua) 

USA Beats Mexico 2-0 And Enters The Quarterfinals

USA and Mexico's players vie for the ball during the second round of the 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan, in Jeonju, June 17, 2002. USA defeated Mexico 2-0 to advance to the quarterfinal. (Xinhua Photo/ Guo Dayue)

"Green" Inner Mongolia

A drove of horses eat growing grass in Hexigten Banner, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region June 17, 2002. Pastures turn green thanks to recent rains in north China. (Xinhua Photo/Zhang Ling)

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