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Photo Archive --- Date:20030808

Operation of Stem Cell Transplantation To Be Successful In Tianjin

Medical staff of the Haematology Hospital Attached to the Haematology Institute under the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences observe the X-ray picture of a newly-grown blood vessel in a patient's leg in north China's Tianjin Aug. 7, 2003. The hospital has achieved laudable curative effect by transplanting patients' blood stem cell in the treatment of vasculitis.

Zhenping Power Transformation Station

The picture shows the Zhenping power transformation station with a capacity of 500 kilovolt in Changzhou City of east China's Jiangsu Province. The station is a key project for transmitting electricity from the Three Gorges Hydropower Station and help alleviate summer power supply shortage in east China.

Shenhua Group Runs Well In The First Half of This Year

Mechanical equipment work in the Heidaigou Open Mine of Jungar Energy Co, Ltd. of Shenhua Group in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Aug. 5, 2003. The mine produced 7.91 million tons of coal in the first half of 2003, accounting for 61.75 percent of the production plan for the year.

New Conflict in Jerusalem

Hundreds of Israeli jews attempt to enter Temple Mt. in Jerusalem Aug. 7, 2003. They wanted to commenmorate the day for the ruined Jews' first and second temples here on Thursday, but were prevented by Israeli soldiers and policemen.

Rescue Work of the Coal Mine Accident in Chongqing Continues.

Rescuers discuss rescue plans for people trapped in the flooded Yanwan coal mine in Shapingba District of southwest China's Chongqing Municipality on Aug. 7, 2003. The accident occurred at 10:30 a.m. of Thursday, 19 miners were trapped underground and seven of them escaped. The rescue work continues.

Car Bombing Attacks Near The Jordanian Embassy in Baghdad

Iraqi citizens extinguish fire in front of the Jordanian Embassy attacked by a car bombing blast in Bagdad, Iraq, Aug. 7, 2003. At least 10 people were killed in a huge car bombing attack near the Jordanian Embassy in the western part of Baghdad on Thursday morning.

Premier Wen Jiabao Meets With Prime Minister of the Republic of Niger

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) meets with Hama Amadou, Prime Minister of the Republic of Niger in Beijing, Aug. 7, 2003.

Joint Anti-terrorism Military Maneuver Held by Military Forces of Member States of SCO

A special anti-terrorism troop takes the action to block the airport and rescue hostages during the joint anti-terrorism military maneuver by military forces of member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) held at an airbase in Ucharal, a border city to the east of Kazakstan, Aug. 7, 2003. A joint command was established and a joint maneuver of anti-hijacking held here on Thursday, the second day of the maneuver. The two-phase joint anti-terrorism military maneuver held in Kazakstan and later in China is the first of its kind in the framework of the SCO in which over 1,000 soldiers from China, Kazakstan, Kirghizia, Russia and Tadzhikistan participated.

Construction of hte Fifth Ring Road in Beijing Develops Well

A section of viaduct for the Fifth Ring Road links up with another part of the road in Beijing August 6, 2003. Since the route runs over a railway line, Beijing Capital Highway Development Co -- in charge of construction -- built the viaduct first beside the railway and then rotated it via cables to connect to the existing road to avoid disrupting rail traffic.

Finance Ministers from "ASEAN+3" Hold Meetings in Manila

President of Asian Development Bank Chino Tadao (1st L), Secretary-General of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Ong Keng Yong (1st R) along with Finance Ministers from ASEAN countries and China, Japan, the Republic of Korea have their group photo taken on the 6th ASEAN plus 3 Finance Ministers Meeting held in Manila, capital of Philippines Aug. 7, 2003. Chinese Finance Minister Jin Renqing (4th L) participated in the one-day meeting here on Thursday.

China Has Successfully Bred Giant Pandas In Captivity Through Artificial Insemination

A female baby panda was born on Aug. 1 in Chengdu, capital of southwest China's Sichuan Province, home to most of China's pandas. It weighs 176 grams and is the first surviving test-tube panda cub of this year. China has successfully bred giant pandas in captivity through artificial insemination -- the method of choice in the fight to save the notoriously slow-reproducing national symbol.

One of Key Suspects In the Bali Bombings

Amrozi bin Nurhasyim, one of the key suspects in the Bali bombings, shouts 'God is great!' as he takes his seat before the start of his trial, in Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia, Aug. 7, 2003. He was sentenced to death for his role in the attack that killed 202 people.

Oil Leaking In Yangtze Riever

A boat collision has caused the leaking of 85 tons of oil into the waters of the upper reaches of the river, where there are 13 water supply stations serving both industrial and residential users. The clean-up will take some time and the effects of spill will be felt for one or two years.

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