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KOREA/
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May 10, 2009
Alfred Nock Junior (R) of Switzerland walks on a wire towards Ya Kefujiang Maimitili of China to help...
Seoul, South Korea
Nock Jr of Switzerland walks on a wire to help Ya Kefujiang of China during Hangang High Wire World Championship...
Alfred Nock Junior (R) of Switzerland walks on a wire towards Ya Kefujiang Maimitili of China to help him after Ya dropped his bar during the speed race of the 2009 Hangang High Wire World Championship in Seoul, in which participants cross the Han River on a 1 km (0.62 miles) wire, May 10, 2009. A total of 20 high-wire walkers from 12 countries participated in the event which is part of the annual "Hi Seoul Festival" organised by Seoul City. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA SOCIETY)
KOREA/
RTXFDRZ
May 10, 2009
Alfred Nock Junior (R) of Switzerland helps Ya Kefujiang Maimitili of China after Ya dropped his bar...
Seoul, South Korea
Nock Jr helps Ya during the speed race of the 2009 Hangang High Wire World Championship in Seoul
Alfred Nock Junior (R) of Switzerland helps Ya Kefujiang Maimitili of China after Ya dropped his bar during the speed race of the 2009 Hangang High Wire World Championship in Seoul, in which participants cross the Han River on a 1 km (0.62 miles) wire, May 10, 2009. A total of 20 high-wire walkers from 12 countries participated in the event which is part of the annual "Hi Seoul Festival" organised by Seoul City. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA SOCIETY)
KOREA/
RTXFDO3
May 10, 2009
Alan Martinez of Colombia walks on a wire to the finish line during the speed race of the 2009 Hangang...
Seoul, South Korea
Martinez of Colombia walks on a wire to the finish line during the Hangang High Wire World Championship...
Alan Martinez of Colombia walks on a wire to the finish line during the speed race of the 2009 Hangang High Wire World Championship in Seoul, in which participants cross the Han River on a 1 km (0.62 miles) wire, May 10, 2009. A total of 20 high-wire walkers from 12 countries participated in the event which is part of the annual "Hi Seoul Festival" organised by Seoul City. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA SOCIETY)
KOREA/
RTXFDMR
May 10, 2009
Jorge Arturo Ojeda of Ecuador competes during the speed race of the 2009 Hangang High Wire World Championship...
Seoul, South Korea
Ojeda of Ecuador competes during the speed race of the 2009 Hangang High Wire World Championship in Seoul...
Jorge Arturo Ojeda of Ecuador competes during the speed race of the 2009 Hangang High Wire World Championship in Seoul, in which participants cross the Han River on a 1 km (0.62 miles) wire, May 10, 2009. A total of 20 high-wire walkers from 12 countries participated in the event which is part of the annual "Hi Seoul Festival" organised by Seoul City. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA SOCIETY)
KOREA/
RTXFDLI
May 10, 2009
Ya Kefujiang Maimitili of China competes during the speed race of the 2009 Hangang High Wire World Championship...
Seoul, South Korea
Ya of China competes during the speed race of the 2009 Hangang High Wire World Championship in Seoul
Ya Kefujiang Maimitili of China competes during the speed race of the 2009 Hangang High Wire World Championship in Seoul, in which participants cross the Han River on a 1 km (0.62 miles) wire, May 10, 2009. A total of 20 high-wire walkers from 12 countries participated in the event which is part of the annual "Hi Seoul Festival" organised by Seoul City. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA SOCIETY)
KOREA CRASH
RTR1DYOE
May 31, 2006
South Korean medical personnel carry the stretcher containing young crash victim Kim Ji-young out of...
Seould, South Korea
South Korean medical personnel carry a young crash victim out of an ambulance following her arrival at...
South Korean medical personnel carry the stretcher containing young crash victim Kim Ji-young out of an ambulance following her arrival at Seoul's Hangang Seongshim Hospital August 8, 1997. Kim and seven other Koreans who were injured during the crash of Korean Air Lines Flight 801 were transported from Guam to Seoul early August 7 and taken immediately to the hospital. pb/Photo by Hwang Myung-rae REUTERS
RTR4ZD2
June 30, 1997
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-CHINA-HANGANG - Chinese workers tend a furnace at the Hangang steelworks in...
China
CHINA STEELWORKERS TEND FURNACE
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-CHINA-HANGANG - Chinese workers tend a furnace at the Hangang steelworks in the northern city of Handan. China's economic tsars have made Hangang the official model for hundreds of thousands of struggling state enterprises after the company introduced a strict system of cost controls to boost flagging profits. Much of the income recieved by plant workers now comes in the form of bonuses that can be vetoed if they exceed cost targets. Picture taken 20MAY97.

CHINA HANGANG
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