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CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN-POLLUTION
RTX6W9YQ
May 24, 2019
A worker watches a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on to mark the end of Chinese New...
Anyang, China
A worker watches a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on to mark the end of Chinese New...
A worker watches a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on to mark the end of Chinese New Year festivities in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 19, 2019. Picture taken February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN-POLLUTION
RTX6W9YG
May 24, 2019
A poster showing Chinese President Xi Jinping is seen in front of the Xinyuan Steel plant in Anyang,...
Anyang, China
A poster showing Chinese President Xi Jinping is seen in front of the Xinyuan Steel plant in Anyang
A poster showing Chinese President Xi Jinping is seen in front of the Xinyuan Steel plant in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 19, 2019. Picture taken February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN-POLLUTION
RTX6W9YF
May 24, 2019
Locals wait for the start of a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on for locals and employees...
Anyang, China
Locals wait for the start of a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on for locals and employees...
Locals wait for the start of a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on for locals and employees to mark the end of Chinese New Year festivities in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 19, 2019. Picture taken February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN-POLLUTION
RTX6W9YE
May 24, 2019
Locals and retired workers watch a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on to mark the end...
Anyang, China
Locals and retired workers watch a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on in Anyang
Locals and retired workers watch a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on to mark the end of Chinese New Year festivities in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 19, 2019. Picture taken February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN-POLLUTION
RTX6W9YD
May 24, 2019
A woman rides a scooter past a steel plant in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 18, 2019. Picture...
Anyang, China
A woman rides a scooter past a steel plant in Anyang
A woman rides a scooter past a steel plant in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 18, 2019. Picture taken February 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN-POLLUTION
RTX6W9YC
May 24, 2019
A retired worker watches a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on to mark the end of Chinese...
Anyang, China
A retired worker watches a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on in Anyang
A retired worker watches a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on to mark the end of Chinese New Year festivities in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 19, 2019. Picture taken February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
RTS2I2YY
May 17, 2019
Considered the cradle of Chinese civilization, the central province of Henan and its 100 million-strong...
Luoyang, China
The Wider Image: China's slowing economy: the view from the Henan heartland
Considered the cradle of Chinese civilization, the central province of Henan and its 100 million-strong population typifies China's transformative yet often tumultuous economic ascent. Long the sort of impoverished backwater that people left in search of better lives, Henan has in recent years enjoyed the fruits of an economic boom that has raised incomes and given people a taste of middle class lifestyles and aspirations. Zhengzhou, the provincial capital, was transformed into a transportation and logistics hub complete with a futuristic skyline and luxury malls, crisscrossed with freeways and connected by high-speed rail to more affluent cities like Beijing and Shanghai. A vast Foxconn factory in the city, employs almost a quarter of a million people and churns out most of the world's iPhones. However, the gains achieved in Henan and other inland provinces appear fragile, as living and housing costs rise, and China's economy slows. That is threatening the aspirations of a generation of young Chinese in cities like Zhengzhou. The slowdown also undermines one of the government's main hopes for transforming the economy by spurring domestic spending, as well as spreading wealth to the interior of China, which has long lagged the coastal regions that gave birth to China's four-decades-long economic boom. Reuters reporters travelled to six cities across Henan, from bustling Zhengzhou to the smog-choked industrial hub of Anyang in the north, interviewing dozens of residents from all walks to life to document how the economic slowdown feels in the heart of China. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "CHINA HENAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN-CONSUMPTION
RTS2I1YW
May 17, 2019
Wang Junchang (L) replairs an electric vehicle at their worshop opposite a steel plant in Anyang, Henan...
Anyang, China
Wang Junchang replairs an electric vehicle at their worshop opposite a steel plant in Anyang
Wang Junchang (L) replairs an electric vehicle at their worshop opposite a steel plant in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 18, 2019. Picture taken February 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter TO MATCH INSIGHT CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN-CONSUMPTION
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
RTS2I1WY
May 17, 2019
Locals wait for the start of a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on for locals and employees...
Anyang, China
The Wider Image: China's slowing economy: the view from the Henan heartland
Locals wait for the start of a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on for locals and employees to mark the end of Chinese New Year festivities in Anyang, Henan province, China February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "CHINA HENAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
RTS2I1WW
May 17, 2019
Smoke stacks and cooling towers of a power plant rise above a low-rise neighborhood that borders a steel...
Anyang, China
The Wider Image: China's slowing economy: the view from the Henan heartland
Smoke stacks and cooling towers of a power plant rise above a low-rise neighborhood that borders a steel plant in Anyang, Henan province, China February 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "CHINA HENAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
RTS2I1WT
May 17, 2019
Considered the cradle of Chinese civilization, the central province of Henan and its 100 million-strong...
Luoyang, China
The Wider Image: China's slowing economy: the view from the Henan heartland
Considered the cradle of Chinese civilization, the central province of Henan and its 100 million-strong population typifies China's transformative yet often tumultuous economic ascent. Long the sort of impoverished backwater that people left in search of better lives, Henan has in recent years enjoyed the fruits of an economic boom that has raised incomes and given people a taste of middle class lifestyles and aspirations. Zhengzhou, the provincial capital, was transformed into a transportation and logistics hub complete with a futuristic skyline and luxury malls, crisscrossed with freeways and connected by high-speed rail to more affluent cities like Beijing and Shanghai. A vast Foxconn factory in the city, employs almost a quarter of a million people and churns out most of the world's iPhones. However, the gains achieved in Henan and other inland provinces appear fragile, as living and housing costs rise, and China's economy slows. That is threatening the aspirations of a generation of young Chinese in cities like Zhengzhou. The slowdown also undermines one of the government's main hopes for transforming the economy by spurring domestic spending, as well as spreading wealth to the interior of China, which has long lagged the coastal regions that gave birth to China's four-decades-long economic boom. Reuters reporters travelled to six cities across Henan, from bustling Zhengzhou to the smog-choked industrial hub of Anyang in the north, interviewing dozens of residents from all walks to life to document how the economic slowdown feels in the heart of China. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "CHINA HENAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
RTS2I1WQ
May 17, 2019
A man walks past the vehicle repair shop of Wang Junchang which is located opposite a steel plant in...
Anyang, China
The Wider Image: China's slowing economy: the view from the Henan heartland
A man walks past the vehicle repair shop of Wang Junchang which is located opposite a steel plant in Anyang, Henan province, China February 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "CHINA HENAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
RTS2I1WL
May 17, 2019
A retired worker watches a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on to mark the end of Chinese...
Anyang, China
The Wider Image: China's slowing economy: the view from the Henan heartland
A retired worker watches a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on to mark the end of Chinese New Year festivities in Anyang, Henan province, China February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "CHINA HENAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
RTS2I1WH
May 17, 2019
Locals wait for the start of a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on for locals and employees...
Anyang, China
The Wider Image: China's slowing economy: the view from the Henan heartland
Locals wait for the start of a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on for locals and employees to mark the end of Chinese New Year festivities in Anyang, Henan province, China February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "CHINA HENAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
RTS2I1WG
May 17, 2019
Locals and retired workers watch a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on outside its factory...
Anyang, China
The Wider Image: China's slowing economy: the view from the Henan heartland
Locals and retired workers watch a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on outside its factory to mark the end of Chinese New Year festivities in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "CHINA HENAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
RTS2I1WF
May 17, 2019
A poster showing Chinese President Xi Jinping is seen in front of the Xinyuan Steel plant in Anyang,...
Anyang, China
The Wider Image: China's slowing economy: the view from the Henan heartland
A poster showing Chinese President Xi Jinping is seen in front of the Xinyuan Steel plant in Anyang, Henan province, China February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "CHINA HENAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
RTS2I1WD
May 17, 2019
A worker watches a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on to mark the end of Chinese New...
Anyang, China
The Wider Image: China's slowing economy: the view from the Henan heartland
A worker watches a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on to mark the end of Chinese New Year festivities in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "CHINA HENAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
RTS2I1WB
May 17, 2019
A performer of a traveling Chinese opera troupe puts on his make-up before playing a show to locals and...
Anyang, China
The Wider Image: China's slowing economy: the view from the Henan heartland
A performer of a traveling Chinese opera troupe puts on his make-up before playing a show to locals and former employees of Xinyuan Steel in Anyang, Henan province, China February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "CHINA HENAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
RTS2I1W7
May 17, 2019
A performer of a traveling Chinese opera troupe puts on her make-up before playing a show to locals and...
Anyang, China
The Wider Image: China's slowing economy: the view from the Henan heartland
A performer of a traveling Chinese opera troupe puts on her make-up before playing a show to locals and former employees of Xinyuan Steel in Anyang, Henan province, China February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "CHINA HENAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-ECONOMY/HENAN
RTS2I1W0
May 17, 2019
Locals and retired workers leave after a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on outside...
Anyang, China
The Wider Image: China's slowing economy: the view from the Henan heartland
Locals and retired workers leave after a Chinese opera performance that Xinyuan Steel put on outside its factory to mark the end of Chinese New Year festivities in Anyang, Henan province, China February 19, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter SEARCH "CHINA HENAN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-POLLUTION/
RTS2FTM3
April 01, 2019
Smoke and steam rise from a steel plant in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 18, 2019. Picture...
Anyang, China
Smoke and steam rise from a steel plant in Anyang
Smoke and steam rise from a steel plant in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 18, 2019. Picture taken February 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
CHINA-POLLUTION/
RTS2FTM1
April 01, 2019
Smoke and steam rise from a steel plant in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 18, 2019. Picture...
Anyang, China
Smoke and steam rise from a steel plant in Anyang
Smoke and steam rise from a steel plant in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 18, 2019. Picture taken February 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
CHINA-POLLUTION/
RTS2FTM0
April 01, 2019
Workers walk outside a steel plant in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 18, 2019. Picture taken...
Anyang, China
Workers walk outside a steel plant in Anyang
Workers walk outside a steel plant in Anyang, Henan province, China, February 18, 2019. Picture taken February 18, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
KOREA/
RTR2ZP4Y
March 22, 2012
A woman walks past soldiers attending an anti-terrorism drill at a subway station in Anyang, south of...
Anyang, South Korea
A woman walks past soldiers attending an anti-terrorism drill at a subway station in Anyang
A woman walks past soldiers attending an anti-terrorism drill at a subway station in Anyang, south of Seoul March 22, 2012 in preparation for the Seoul Nuclear Security Summit to be held from March 26-27. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTR2ZP4X
March 22, 2012
Soldiers participate in an anti-terrorism drill at a subway station in Anyang, south of Seoul, March...
Anyang, South Korea
Soldiers participate in an anti-terrorism drill at a subway station in Anyang
Soldiers participate in an anti-terrorism drill at a subway station in Anyang, south of Seoul, March 22, 2012 in preparation for the Seoul Nuclear Security Summit to be held from March 26-27. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTR2ZP4W
March 22, 2012
A woman looks on as soldiers attend an anti-terrorism drill at a subway station in Anyang, south of Seoul,...
Anyang, South Korea
A woman looks on as soldiers attend an anti-terrorism drill at a subway station in Anyang, south of Seoul...
A woman looks on as soldiers attend an anti-terrorism drill at a subway station in Anyang, south of Seoul, March 22, 2012 in preparation for the Seoul Nuclear Security Summit to be held from March 26-27. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY)
KNOC/
RTXVL7X
December 10, 2010
Kim Seong-hoon, senior executive vice-president of Korea National Oil Corp (KNOC), gestures as he speaks...
Anyang, South Korea
To match Interview KNOC/
Kim Seong-hoon, senior executive vice-president of Korea National Oil Corp (KNOC), gestures as he speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company's headquarters in Anyang, about 23 km (14 miles) south of Seoul, December 10, 2010. State-run KNOC plans to spend between $2 billion and $3 billion to add 100,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude production capacity by 2012, and is looking at 5-6 oil assets, Kim Seong-hoon said. To match Interview KNOC/ REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
KNOC/
RTXVL7S
December 10, 2010
Senior Executive Vice-President of Korea National Oil Corp (KNOC) Kim Seong-hoon speaks during an interview...
Anyang, South Korea
To match Interview KNOC/
Senior Executive Vice-President of Korea National Oil Corp (KNOC) Kim Seong-hoon speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company's headquarters in Anyang, about 23 km (14miles) south of Seoul, December 10, 2010. State-run KNOC plans to spend between $2 billion and $3 billion to add 100,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude production capacity by 2012, and is looking at 5-6 oil assets, Kim Seong-hoon said. To match Interview KNOC/ REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
KNOC/
RTXVL7P
December 10, 2010
Senior Executive Vice-President of Korea National Oil Corp (KNOC) Kim Seong-hoon speaks during an interview...
Anyang, South Korea
To match Interview KNOC/
Senior Executive Vice-President of Korea National Oil Corp (KNOC) Kim Seong-hoon speaks during an interview with Reuters at the company's headquarters in Anyang, about 23 km (14miles) south of Seoul, December 10, 2010. State-run KNOC plans to spend between $2 billion and $3 billion to add 100,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude production capacity by 2012, and is looking at 5-6 oil assets, Kim Seong-hoon said. To match Interview KNOC/ REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
KNOC/
RTXSLFL
September 24, 2010
A visitor is reflected on a Korea National Oil Corp (KNOC) logo on a commuter bus as she walks across...
Anyang, South Korea
File photo of a visitor reflected on a Korea National Oil Corp logo at its headquarters in Anyang
A visitor is reflected on a Korea National Oil Corp (KNOC) logo on a commuter bus as she walks across a parking lot at KNOC's headquarters in Anyang, southwest of Seoul in this September 8, 2010 file photo. KNOC said it had control of 64 percent of British oil explorer Dana Petroleum, paving the way for the biggest hostile acquisition by a South Korean firm to take place. Picture taken September 8, 2010. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak/Files (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
BOXING/
RTR2I8B6
September 12, 2010
Kim Ju-hee of South Korea, holding a trophy and wearing four champion belts, celebrates her victory against...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim of South Korea celebrates her victory against Nagawa of the Philippines after their 10-round bout...
Kim Ju-hee of South Korea, holding a trophy and wearing four champion belts, celebrates her victory against Jujeath Nagawa of the Philippines after their 10-round bout for four light flyweight titles in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2010. WIBA-WIBF-GBU Champion Kim won the match by a decision (2:0). The titles being fought for are the WIBA (Women's International Boxing Association), WIBF (Women's International Boxing Federation), GBU (Global Boxing Union) and WBF (World Boxing Federation). REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
BOXING/
RTR2I8B4
September 12, 2010
Kim Ju-hee (R) of South Korea fights with Jujeath Nagawa of the Philippines during a 10-round bout for...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim of South Korea fights with Nagawa of the Philippines during a 10-round bout for four light flyweight...
Kim Ju-hee (R) of South Korea fights with Jujeath Nagawa of the Philippines during a 10-round bout for four light flyweight titles in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2010. WIBA-WIBF-GBU Champion Kim won the match by a decision (2:0). The titles being fought for are the WIBA (Women's International Boxing Association), WIBF (Women's International Boxing Federation), GBU (Global Boxing Union) and World Boxing Federation (WBF). REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
BOXING/
RTR2I8AV
September 12, 2010
Kim Ju-hee of South Korea holding a trophy and wearing champion belts celebrates defeating Jujeath Nagawa...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim Ju-hee of South Korea holding a trophy and wearing champion belts celebrates defeating Jujeath Nagawa...
Kim Ju-hee of South Korea holding a trophy and wearing champion belts celebrates defeating Jujeath Nagawa of the Philippines after their 10-round bout for four light flyweight titles, in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2010. WIBA-WIBF-GBU Champion Kim won the match by a decision (2:0). The titles being fought for are the WIBA (Women's International Boxing Association), WIBF (Women's International Boxing Federation), GBU (Global Boxing Union) and World Boxing Federation (WBF). REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
BOXING/
RTR2I8AT
September 12, 2010
Kim Ju-hee (R) of South Korea hugs Jujeath Nagawa of the Philippines after their 10-round bout for four...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim of South Korea hugs Nagawa of the Philippines after their 10-round bout for four light flyweight...
Kim Ju-hee (R) of South Korea hugs Jujeath Nagawa of the Philippines after their 10-round bout for four light flyweight titles, in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2010. WIBA-WIBF-GBU Champion Kim won the match by a decision (2:0). The titles being fought for are the WIBA (Women's International Boxing Association), WIBF (Women's International Boxing Federation), GBU (Global Boxing Union) and World Boxing Federation (WBF). REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BOXING/
RTR2I8AR
September 12, 2010
Kim Ju-hee (R) of South Korea fights with Jujeath Nagawa of the Philippines during a 10-round bout for...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim of South Korea fights with Nagawa of the Philippines during a 10-round bout for four light flyweight...
Kim Ju-hee (R) of South Korea fights with Jujeath Nagawa of the Philippines during a 10-round bout for four light flyweight titles, in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2010. WIBA-WIBF-GBU Champion Kim won the match by a decision (2:0). The titles being fought for are the WIBA (Women's International Boxing Association), WIBF (Women's International Boxing Federation), GBU (Global Boxing Union) and World Boxing Federation (WBF). REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
BOXING/
RTR2I8AO
September 12, 2010
Kim Ju-hee (L) of South Korea fights with Jujeath Nagawa of the Philippines during a 10-round bout for...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim of South Korea fights with Nagawa of the Philippines during a 10-round bout for four light flyweight...
Kim Ju-hee (L) of South Korea fights with Jujeath Nagawa of the Philippines during a 10-round bout for four light flyweight titles, in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2010. WIBA-WIBF-GBU Champion Kim won the match by a decision (2:0). The titles being fought for are the WIBA (Women's International Boxing Association), WIBF (Women's International Boxing Federation), GBU (Global Boxing Union) and World Boxing Federation (WBF). REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT BOXING)
BOXING/
RTR2I8AL
September 12, 2010
Kim Ju-hee (R) of South Korea punches Jujeath Nagawa of the Philippines during a 10-round bout for four...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim of South Korea punches Nagawa of the Philippines during a 10-round bout for four light flyweight...
Kim Ju-hee (R) of South Korea punches Jujeath Nagawa of the Philippines during a 10-round bout for four light flyweight titles, in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2010. WIBA-WIBF-GBU Champion Kim won the match by a decision (2:0). The titles being fought for are the WIBA (Women's International Boxing Association), WIBF (Women's International Boxing Federation), GBU (Global Boxing Union) and World Boxing Federation (WBF). REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT BOXING IMAGES OF THE DAY)
DANA/
RTR2I1V5
September 08, 2010
Employees of Korea National Oil Corp (KNOC) are seen reflected on the logo of the company's commute bus...
Anyang, South Korea
Employees of Korea National Oil Corp are seen reflected on the company's commute bus as they walk across...
Employees of Korea National Oil Corp (KNOC) are seen reflected on the logo of the company's commute bus as they walk across a parking lot at KNOC's headquarters in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 8, 2010. Dana Petroleum rejected a hostile 1.67 billion pound ($2.57 billion) bid from Korea National Oil Corp on Wednesday, citing an independent valuation that said the UK explorer was worth considerably more. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
DANA/
RTR2I1UT
September 08, 2010
The logo of Korea National Oil Corp (KNOC) is seen on its commute bus in a parking lot at KNOC's headquarters...
Anyang, South Korea
The logo of Korea National Oil Corporation is seen on its commute bus at a parking lot of KNOC's headquarters...
The logo of Korea National Oil Corp (KNOC) is seen on its commute bus in a parking lot at KNOC's headquarters in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 8, 2010. Dana Petroleum rejected a hostile 1.67 billion pound ($2.57 billion) bid from KNOC on Wednesday, citing an independent valuation that said the UK explorer was worth considerably more. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
DANA/
RTR2I1U4
September 08, 2010
An employee of Korea National Oil Corp talks on a phone at the lobby of the company's headquarters in...
Anyang, South Korea
An employee of Korea National Oil Corp talks on a phone at the lobby of the company's headquarters in...
An employee of Korea National Oil Corp talks on a phone at the lobby of the company's headquarters in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 8, 2010. Dana Petroleum rejected a hostile 1.67 billion pound ($2.57 billion) bid from Korea National Oil Corp on Wednesday, citing an independent valuation that said the UK explorer was worth considerably more. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
KOREA/
RTR1TQUL
September 12, 2007
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital...
Anyang, South Korea
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital...
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2007. The Taliban killed two male hostages and released twenty one South Korean Christian volunteers kidnapped in mid-July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1TQUH
September 12, 2007
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital...
Anyang, South Korea
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital...
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2007. The Taliban killed two male hostages and released twenty one South Korean Christian volunteers kidnapped in mid-July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1TQUC
September 12, 2007
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital...
Anyang, South Korea
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital...
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2007. The Taliban killed two male hostages and released twenty one South Korean Christian volunteers kidnapped in mid-July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1TQU9
September 12, 2007
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend at a news conference at the Sam Anyang...
Anyang, South Korea
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend at a news conference at the Sam Anyang...
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend at a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2007. The Taliban killed two male hostages and released twenty one South Korean Christian volunteers kidnapped in mid-July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1TQU7
September 12, 2007
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend at a news conference at the Sam Anyang...
Anyang, South Korea
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend at a news conference at the Sam Anyang...
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend at a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2007. The Taliban killed two male hostages and released twenty one South Korean Christian volunteers kidnapped in mid-July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1TQU5
September 12, 2007
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend at a news conference at the Sam Anyang...
Anyang, South Korea
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend at a news conference at the Sam Anyang...
South Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend at a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2007. The Taliban killed two male hostages and released twenty one South Korean Christian volunteers kidnapped in mid-July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 12, 2007
One of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, weeps at a news conference at the Sam...
Anyang, South Korea
One of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, weeps at a news conference at the Sam...
One of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, weeps at a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2007. The Taliban killed two male hostages and released twenty one South Korean Christian volunteers kidnapped in mid-July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 12, 2007
One of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan weeps at a news conference at the Sam Anyang...
Anyang, South Korea
One of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, weeps at a news conference at the Sam...
One of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan weeps at a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 12, 2007. The Taliban killed two male hostages and released twenty one South Korean Christian volunteers kidnapped in mid-July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 04, 2007
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan,...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim Kyung-ja and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend...
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend at a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 04, 2007
Kim Kyung-ja (R), who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, talks with her...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim Kyung-ja, who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, talks with her physician...
Kim Kyung-ja (R), who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, talks with her physician in charge Cha Byong-hyo during a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 04, 2007
Kim Kyung-ja, who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, weeps at a news conference...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim Kyung-ja, who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, weeps at a news conference...
Kim Kyung-ja, who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, weeps at a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 04, 2007
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan,...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim Kyung-ja and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend...
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend at a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 04, 2007
Kim Kyung-ja, who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, is helped by her...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim Kyung-ja, is helped by her physician in charge, Cha Byong-hyo during a news conference at the Sam...
Kim Kyung-ja, who was among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, is helped by her physician in charge Cha Byong-hyo during a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul, September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 04, 2007
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan,...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim Ji-na and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend...
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 04, 2007
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan,...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim Kyung-ja and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend...
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 04, 2007
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan,...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim Ji-na and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend...
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 04, 2007
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan,...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan,...
Kim Ji-na (R) and Kim Kyung-ja, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 04, 2007
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, two of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim Kyung-ja and Kim Ji-na, two of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news...
Kim Kyung-ja (L) and Kim Ji-na, two of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, attend a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 04, 2007
Kim Kyung-ja (R), one of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, is helped by the physician...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim Kyung-ja (R), one of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, is helped by the physician...
Kim Kyung-ja (R), one of the 23 Koreans kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, is helped by the physician in charge, Cha Byong-hyo during a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 04, 2007
Kim Kyung-ja (3rd L) and Kim Ji-na (R), who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped and freed later by the...
Anyang, South Korea
Kim Kyung-ja (3rd L) and Kim Ji-na, who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped and freed later by the Taliban...
Kim Kyung-ja (3rd L) and Kim Ji-na (R), who were among the 23 Koreans kidnapped and freed later by the Taliban in Afghanistan, leave after a news conference at the Sam Anyang Hospital in Anyang, southwest of Seoul September 4, 2007. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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