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Photo Archive --- Date:20030804

China's First HIV Couple Got Married

Bridegroom Cao Xueliang (right), 37, and his 34-year-old bride Wang Daiying show their marriage certificate to the guests attending their wedding banquet in their courtyard home August 2, 2003.

Afghan Women Strive For Equal Rights and Interests

Some Afghan women take part in a gathering for striving for equal rights and interests of women in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, Aug. 3. To this end, the Afghan women will hand their 100,000 signatures to the drafting committee of the Constitution. A new Constitution will be approved in October this year.

China Wins World GP in Women's Volleyball

A fledgling Chinese team routed top-ranked Russia on Sunday to capture its first ever World Grand Prix in women's volleyball. Playing with a significant disadvantage in height and experience, China toppled Russia's towering defense in straight sets 25-22, 28-26, 25-21.

China's Xia Xuanze Wins the Final of the Men's Singles at the World Badminton Championships

China's Xia Xuanze returns to Malaysia's Wong Choong Hann during the final of the men's singles at the World Badminton Championships at Birmingham's National Indoor Arena, August 3, 2003. Xia won the match.

Top Executive of South Korea's Hyundai Commited Suicide

Police officers carry the body of Chung Mong-hun, top executive of South Korea's Hyundai conglomerate, at its headquarters in Seoul Aug. 4, 2003. Chung, 55, committed suicide Monday, while having been on trial for his role in a scandal in which prosecutors said South Korea paid hundreds of millions of dollars to DPRK before the two Koreas held a historic summit meeting in 2000.

Sophisticated System of Credit Records Needed in China

A customer talks with a bank clerk beside a sign promoting consumer loans last Friday in Nanjing, capital of East China's Jiangsu Province. With consumer credit increasing rapidly in China, experts said the country need a sophisticated system of credit records to safeguard smooth development of the business.

A Celebration Gala Hosted to Unveil the Emblem of the 2008 Olympic Games

A giant emblem of the 2008 Olympic Games hangs in the air as tinsel flies in the air during a gala at the historical Temple of Heaven in Beijing August 3, 2003. The celebration gala was hosted by the Beijing organising committee to unveil the official emblem of the 2008 Olympic Games in China's capital.

Beijing Unveils Emblem of 2008 Olympic Games 2

Hein Verbruggen, Chairman of the Coordination Commission at the International Olympic Committee for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, (L), National People's Congress Chairman Wu Bangguo, (C) and Beijing Olympic Games chief Liu Qi raise their arms after unveiling the official emblem for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, at the Temple of Heaven in Beijing Sunday August 3, 2003.

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