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Photo Archive --- Date:20030331

Iraqi Civilians Flee Their Homeland

Some Iraqi civilians get away from the war-torn southern Iraqi city of Basra on March 30.The U.S.-led military strikes on Iraq have lasted for 11 days, posing a grave threat to the life security of the local residents.(AFP)

War and Children

Two Pakistani Muslim boys dressed as soldiers and holding toy guns look on during anti-war demonstration in Peshawar, March 30, 2003. (REUTERS)

Coalition Forces Launch New Wave of Airstrikes on Baghdad

Coalition forces launch multi-waves of airstrikes on Bachdad on March 29.(AFP)

Great Efforts Made to Ensure people's Daily Life in Qatar(2)

A mechanical grab is working for refitting natural gas pipes in Qatar's capital of Doha March 29, 2003. The Qatari government has made great efforts to store water, drugs and other daily necessities so as to ensure that the people's daily life will not be affected by the US-led war on Iraq. (Xinhua)

Great Efforts Made to Ensure people's Daily Life in Qatar(1)

A woman employee awaits customers at a drug store in Qatar's capital of Doha March 29, 2003. The Qatari government has made great efforts to store water, drugs and other daily necessities so as to ensure that the people's daily life will not be affected by the US-led war on Iraq. (Xinhua)

Great Efforts Made to Ensure people's Daily Life in Qatar

This picture taken on March 29, 2003 shows a great number of water tanks lying on the roof of some buildings in Qatar's capital of Doha. The Qatari government has made great efforts to store water, drugs and other daily necessities so as to ensure that the people's daily life will not be affected by the US-led war on Iraq. (Xinhua)

Children's Voice Against Iraqi War

Palestinian children hold candles during a demonstration in support of Iraq in Gaza City March 29, 2003. More than 100 children took part in the demonstration against the US-led war against Iraq that began on March 20. (Xinhua)

Children's Voice Against Iraqi War

Two little girls stuck with anti-war slogans marches in a demonstration in central Paris March 29, 2003. Tens of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets to demonstrate against the US-led war in Iraq in the French capital on Saturday. (Xinhua)

Unique Anti-war Demonstrations in Berlin

More than 50,000 people take part in a rally in Berlin, Germany March 29, 2003 to protest against the US-led war on Iraq. (Xinhua)

Unique Anti-war Demonstrations

Anti-war protesters decorate their faces as bleeding in protest against the Iraqi war in front of the White House.(Xinhua)

Chinese Humanitarian Aid for Iraqi Refugees Ready for Shipping

The first batch of 100 tensts in humanitarian aid from the Chinese government for Iraqi civilians is loaded onto a plane for Jordan from Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Sunday March 30, 2003. The total aid will include 500 tents, each four meters long, three meters wide and 2.5 meters high. (Xinhua)

Chinese Humanitarian Aid for Iraqi Refugees Ready for Shipping

A ceremony is held before the first batch of 100 tensts in humanitarian aid from the Chinese government for Iraqi civilians was loaded onto a plane for Jordan from Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Sunday March 30, 2003. The total aid will include 500 tents, each four meters long, three meters wide and 2.5 meters high. (Xinhua)

No War On Iraq

An artist sings at an anti-war rally in Berlin, Germany March 29, 2003. More than 50,000 demonstrators took part in the rally to protest against the US-led war on Iraq. (Xinhua)

Findings of Human Genome Project to be Published in April

The official result of the world's human genome sequencing project will be published in the scientific review "Nature" in April, a Chinese scientist said Saturday in Chengdu.  

Chinese Premier Visits Earthquake-hit Xinjiang

Chinese Premier Wen Jiaobao (L) comforts an elderly woman in a hospital in the earthquake hit county of Bachu in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region March 29, 2003. On Feb. 24, Bachu and Jiashi counties in western Xinjiang were rocked by an earthquake measuring 6.8 on the Richter scale. The premier visited the quake-devastated areas from April 28 to 30, encouraging local people to work hard to restore production and rebuild homes. (Xinhua) 
   


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