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Photo Archive --- Date:20030622

DPRK Beats China 2-1 to Win AFC Women's Championships

Defending champions the DPR Korea won the AFC women's championships after beating China 2-1 in Bankok on Saturday.

Fashion Jewelry Fair Held In HK

An Indian businessman chooses jewelry in the 2003 Asia Fashion Jewelry Fair held in Hong Kong June 20. A total of 220 companies from 14 countries and regions participate in the fair from June 19 to 22. This has been the first largest exhibition here since SARS was effectively controled.

Quins Were Born In Beijing

Wang Fengjuan (3rd R), mother of the quins, has a photo taken with her five babies in nurses' arms at a mother and baby care center in Beijing June 21, 2003. After they were born on Friday in Beijing Maternity Hospital, the quins were taken to the center to receive a series of serives for feed and care free of charge. (Xinhua)

First Romance Novel Subjected on SARS Prevention Issued

Beijing Isolation Area, the first romance novel subjected on SARS prevention, is published around the country, in Beijing, June 21, 2003. The novel based on a true story tells about a sentimental love story between a photographer and a nurse working in the front line against SARS. (Xinhua)

Iarqi Shiite Muslims Demanded Withdrawal of Foreign Forces

A Shiite Muslim waves Iraqi national flag during a demonstration outside the US Authority in Baghdad June 21, 2003. More than 1,000 Shiite Muslims took part in the demonstration demanding the withdrawal of US-led coalition troops from Iraq. (Xinhua)

First Propaganda Week for The Protection of Cultural Relics Started in Xinjiang

Artists perform Uygur folk dances at an event held in UrumqI, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, June 21, 2003. The event marked the start of the First Propaganda Week for the Protection of Cultural Relics. Xinjiang is one of the provinces in China that are rich in historical relics. (Xinhua)

Students To Keep Away From Unhealthy Internet Bars

Some high school students take an oath to keep away from unhealthy Internet bars, change bad habits and pay attention to individual hygiene in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, June 21, 2003. It was part of the activity held by high and primary school students in the city on Saturday to improve and protect environment

A Publicizing Drive on Road Traffic Safety In Shenyang

Policewomen distribute written information on traffic safety to pedestrians in the street of Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning Province, June 21, 2003. A publicizing drive on road traffic safety was unfolded in the province Saturday.

EAC Summit Held In Nairobi

Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki (C), Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni (L) and Tanzanian President Benjamin Mkapa pose for photographers during the Second Extraordinary Summit of the Heads of State of the East African Community in Nairobi, Kenya, June 20, 2003. The leaders agreed Friday to continue promoting integration in the region. (Xinhua)

Outer Ring Tunnel in Shanghai Opend to Traffic

Drivers waits for the opening of the Outer Ring Tunnel in Shanghai June 21, 2003. The 2,880-meter-long, eight-lane Outer Ring Tunnel or the 'Wai Huan Tunnel,' which runs under the Huangpu River, is Asia's longest submerged tunnel. Three thousand construction workers spent three and a half years to complete the project, which costs more than 10 billion yuan (US$1.2 billion). It was constructed to reduce traffic congestion in and around China's biggest city.

Swimming Pools Meeting Required Hygiene Standards Reopened

Ma Xiaohui (right), a university student in Beijing, splashes water with friends at the city's reopened Dongdan Swimming Pool on Friday. All swimming pools in the capital, which met the required hygiene standards, were able to open on Friday as the fear over SARS subsides.

Europe's Political Integration Is Accelerated

European Union (EU) leaders at their summit in Greece have been determined to accelerate the European integration through constitution building, closer cooperation on immigration and enhanced common security strategy.

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