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KOREA
RTR82OP
July 24, 2002
Policemen stand guard in front of the main entrance of U.S. embassy in
Seoul July 24, 2002. Wearing...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
POLICEMEN GUARD MAIN ENTRANCE OF U.S. EMBASSY IN SEOUL.
Policemen stand guard in front of the main entrance of U.S. embassy in
Seoul July 24, 2002. Wearing national flags, about ten university
students charged the embassy throwing bottles of red paint as they
shouted anti-U.S. slogans, protesting the recent accidental deaths of
two middleschool girls who were crushed by a U.S. armored vehicle.
REUTERS/Lee Jae Won

LJW/RCS
KOREA
RTR82OH
July 24, 2002
South Korean policemen arrest a student who tried to dash into a main
entrance of U.S. embassy in Seoul...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
SOUTH KOREAN POLICEMEN ARREST STUDENT IN FRONT OF U.S. EMBASSY IN
SEOUL.
South Korean policemen arrest a student who tried to dash into a main
entrance of U.S. embassy in Seoul July 24, 2002. Wearing national
flags, about ten university students charged the embassy throwing
bottles of red paint as they shouted anti-U.S. slogans, protesting the
recent accidental deaths of two middleschool girls who were crushed by
a U.S. armored vehicle. REUTERS/Lee Jae Won

LJW/RCS
KOREA
RTR82OC
July 24, 2002
South Korean policemen arrest students who tried to dash into a main
entrance of U.S. embassy in Seoul...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
SOUTH KOREAN POLICEMEN ARREST STUDENTS IN FRONT OF U.S. EMBASSY IN
SEOUL.
South Korean policemen arrest students who tried to dash into a main
entrance of U.S. embassy in Seoul July 24, 2002. Wearing national
flags, about ten university students charged the embassy throwing
bottles of red paint as they shouted anti-U.S. slogans, protesting the
recent accidental deaths of two middleschool girls who were crushed by
a U.S. armored vehicle. REUTERS/Lee Jae Won

LJW/RCS
KOREA
RTR82NM
July 24, 2002
South Korean policemen arrest students who tried to dash into a main
entrance of U.S. embassy in Seoul...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
SOUTH KOREAN POLICEMEN ARREST STUDENTS IN FRONT OF U.S. EMBASSY IN
SEOUL.
South Korean policemen arrest students who tried to dash into a main
entrance of U.S. embassy in Seoul July 24, 2002. Wearing national
flags, about ten university students charged the embassy throwing
bottles of red paint as they shouted anti-U.S. slogans, protesting the
recent accidental deaths of two middleschool girls who were crushed by
a U.S. armored vehicle. REUTERS/Lee Jae Won

LJW/
KOREA
RTR82NF
July 24, 2002
South Korean police arrest students who tried to dash into the main
entrance of U.S. embassy in Seoul...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
SOUTH KOREAN POLICEMEN ARREST STUDENTS IN FRONT OF U.S. EMBASSY IN
SEOUL.
South Korean police arrest students who tried to dash into the main
entrance of U.S. embassy in Seoul July 24, 2002. Wearing national
flags, about ten university students charged the embassy throwing
bottles of red paint as they shouted anti-U.S. slogans, protesting the
recent accidental deaths of two middleschool girls who were crushed by
a U.S. armored vehicle. REUTERS/Lee Jae Won

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