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CHIRAC
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December 31, 2002
French President Jacques Chirac presents his New Year wishes for 2003 in a televised address to the nation...
Paris, France
French President Jacques Chirac presents his New Year wishes for 2003 in a televised address to the .....
French President Jacques Chirac presents his New Year wishes for 2003 in a televised address to the nation from the Elysee Palace in Paris, 31 December 2002.
CHIRAC
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December 31, 2002
French President Jacques Chirac presents his New Year wishes for 2003 in a televised address to the nation...
Paris, France
French President Jacques Chirac presents his New Year wishes for 2003 in a televised address to the .....
French President Jacques Chirac presents his New Year wishes for 2003 in a televised address to the nation from the Elysee Palace in Paris, 31 December 2002.
VILLARAMA
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December 31, 2002
Prosecuting Attorney Michael Savage talks to the media after a Federal hearing against Philippine lawmaker...
Miami, USA
Prosecuting Attorney Michael Savage talks to the media after a Federal hearing against Philippine la.....
Prosecuting Attorney Michael Savage talks to the media after a Federal hearing against Philippine lawmaker [Mark Jimenez] in Miami, Florida, December 31, 2002. [Jimenez faces dozens of charges including fraud and illeagal election contributions to Bill Clinton's campaign.]
VILLARAMA
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December 31, 2002
Philippine Congressman Willie Villarama addresses the media after a bail hearing against Philippine lawmaker...
Miami, USA
Philippine Congressman Willie Villarama addresses the media after a bail hearing against Philippine .....
Philippine Congressman Willie Villarama addresses the media after a bail hearing against Philippine lawmaker [Mark Jimenez] whom he supports, in Miami, Florida, December 31, 2002. [Jimenez is facing dozens of charges including fraud and illeagal election contributions to Bill Clinton's campaign.]
FRUSCIANTE
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December 31, 2002
Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante performs during the first of two sold-out shows at The...
Las Vegas, USA
Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante performs during the first of two sold-out shows at T.....
Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante performs during the first of two sold-out shows at The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, December 30, 2002. The rock band will embark on a European tour in January to promote the platinum-selling album "By The Way."
USA
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December 31, 2002
United States Army soldiers celebrate New Year's Eve with non-alcoholic beer at a party on their Camp...
Camp Doha, Kuwait
United States Army soldiers celebrate New Year's Eve with non-alcoholic beer at a party on their Cam.....
United States Army soldiers celebrate New Year's Eve with non-alcoholic beer at a party on their Camp Doha base outside Kuwait City, December 31, 2002. Kuwait is host to about 13,000 American military personnel.
MALAYSIA
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December 31, 2002
Fireworks explode above Malaysia's Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur at midnight, January 1, 2003....
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Fireworks explode above Malaysia's Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur at midnight, January 1, 2003.....
Fireworks explode above Malaysia's Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur at midnight, January 1, 2003. Thousands of Malaysians gathered at the foot of the world's tallest towers to celebrate the coming of the new year.
BRITAIN
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December 31, 2002
New Year revellers in Edinburgh's Princes Street pose before the start of the world's biggest Hogmanay...
Edinburgh, UK
New Year revellers in Edinburgh's Princes Street pose before the start of the world's biggest Hogman.....
New Year revellers in Edinburgh's Princes Street pose before the start of the world's biggest Hogmanay party December 31, 2002. Party goers will celebrate Hogmanay, the Scottish celebration of new year's eve, below the backdrop of Edinburgh Castle.
BRITAIN
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December 31, 2002
New Year revellers in Edinburgh's Princes Street pose before the start of the world's biggest Hogmanay...
Edinburgh, UK
New Year revellers in Edinburgh's Princes Street pose before the start of the world's biggest Hogman.....
New Year revellers in Edinburgh's Princes Street pose before the start of the world's biggest Hogmanay party December 31, 2002. Party goers will celebrate Hogmanay, the Scottish celebration of new year's eve, below the backdrop of Edinburgh Castle.
SPAIN
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December 31, 2002
A Spanish soldier is caught by a wave during works to clean up Spain's North-West Atlantic coast of Carnota...
Carnota, Spain
A Spanish soldier is caught by a wave during works to clean up Spain's North-West Atlantic coast of .....
A Spanish soldier is caught by a wave during works to clean up Spain's North-West Atlantic coast of Carnota on January 1, 2003. Blobs of black fuel oil washed up on the beaches of southwestern [France] Tuesday, suggesting that oil from the sunken tanker Prestige could have reached French shores.
SPAIN
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December 31, 2002
A Spanish soldier cleans fuel oil on Spain's North-West Atlantic coast near Lira washed ashore from the...
Lira, Spain
A Spanish soldier cleans fuel oil on Spain's North-West Atlantic coast near Lira washed ashore from .....
A Spanish soldier cleans fuel oil on Spain's North-West Atlantic coast near Lira washed ashore from the sunken tanker Prestige on December 31, 2002. A large slick of fuel oil that leaked from the tanker is drifting away from Spain and has entered French waters in the Atlantic Ocean, the Spanish government said.
CASTRO
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December 31, 2002
Cuban President Fidel Castro waves to photographers upon arriving at his hotel in the Brazilian capital...
Brasilia, Brazil
Cuban President Fidel Castro waves to photographers upon arriving at his hotel in the Brazilian capi.....
Cuban President Fidel Castro waves to photographers upon arriving at his hotel in the Brazilian capital of Brasilia, December 31, 2002. [Castro and a dozen other leaders will attend the inauguration of Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva as Brazil's first working class president on New Year's Day.]
JAPAN
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December 31, 2002
A shinto priest is assisted by his colleagues to purify his hands before a ceremony to usher off 2002...
Tokyo, Japan
A shinto priest is assisted by his colleagues to purify his hands before a ceremony to usher off 200.....
A shinto priest is assisted by his colleagues to purify his hands before a ceremony to usher off 2002 and prepare for the new year at the Meiji Shrine in Tokyo December 31, 2002. Some two million people are expected to visit the shrine during the first three days in the new year to pray for long life and happiness.
SOUTH KOREA
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December 31, 2002
A South Korean protester holds a candle and a banner criticizing a possible U.S. war against Iraq during...
Seoul, South Korea
A South Korean protester holds a candle and a banner criticizing a possible U.S. war against Iraq du.....
A South Korean protester holds a candle and a banner criticizing a possible U.S. war against Iraq during an anti-U.S rally near the U.S. embassy in Seoul, December 31, 2002. [Thousands of South Koreans rallied in the heart of Seoul on Tuesday to protest against the U.S. military and to mourn two teenage girls killed by an American army vehicle in a road accident.]
BALZARY
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December 31, 2002
Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Michael "Flea" Balzary performs during the first of two sold-out shows...
Las Vegas, USA
Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Michael "Flea" Balzary performs during the first of two sold-out shows.....
Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Michael "Flea" Balzary performs during the first of two sold-out shows at The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, December 30, 2002. The rock band will embark on a European tour in January to promote the platinum-selling album "By The Way."
KIEDIS
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December 31, 2002
Red Hot Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis performs during the first of two sold-out shows at The Joint...
Las Vegas, USA
Red Hot Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis performs during the first of two sold-out shows at The J.....
Red Hot Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis performs during the first of two sold-out shows at The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, December 30, 2002. The rock band will embark on a European tour in January to promote the platinum-selling album "By The Way." The group also plans to reissue remastered versions of their first four albums on Jan. 28 with previously unreleased bonus tracks.
AFGHANISTAN
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December 31, 2002
French Defence Minister Michele Alliot Marie walks past Afghan presidential palace guards as she arrives...
Kabul, Afghanistan
French Defence Minister Michele Alliot Marie walks past Afghan presidential palace guards as she arr.....
French Defence Minister Michele Alliot Marie walks past Afghan presidential palace guards as she arrives at Kabul military airport December 31, 2002. Marie is in the Afghan's capital for several official calls and to share the New Year Eve with the French troops serving in Afghanistan.
AFGHANISTAN
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December 31, 2002
French Defence Minister Michele Alliot Marie (R) is escorted by Afghan Army Chief of Staff General Asif...
Kabul, Afghanistan
French Defence Minister Michele Alliot Marie (R) is escorted by Afghan Army Chief of Staff General A.....
French Defence Minister Michele Alliot Marie (R) is escorted by Afghan Army Chief of Staff General Asif Delawar as they walk past Afghan presidential palace at Kabul military airport, December 31, 2002. Marie is in the Afghan's capital for several official calls and to share the New Year Eve with the French troops served in Afghanistan.
CHINA
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December 31, 2002
An enchanced version of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) passport is seen under ultra...
Hong Kong, China
An enchanced version of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) passport is seen under u.....
An enchanced version of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) passport is seen under ultra violet light during a news conference in Hong Kong December 31, 2002. New security features, including optically variable ink -- to be used for the first time on passports-- have been introduced in the territory. Hong Kong's Immigration Department said some 300 copies false HKSAR passports were found after a total of 2.31 million been issued since the territory reverted to Chinese rule in 1997.
IRAQ
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December 31, 2002
A U.N. Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) car passes a Mosque in Falluga city,...
Baghdad, Iraq
A U.N. Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) car passes a Mosque in Falluga c.....
A U.N. Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) car passes a Mosque in Falluga city, as U.N. arms inspectors head to a military site in Falluga, 100km north of Baghdad, December 31, 2002. The site is used to train officers in chemical warfare. U.N. arms experts pounced on at least seven suspect sites in and around Baghdad on Tuesday, brushing aside criticism they were acting like gangsters.
Pictures of the Year
Pictures of the Year
Pictures of the Year 2002
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SPORT ICE HOCKEY
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December 31, 2002
Canada's goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury (2nd R) is congratulated by
Gregory Campbell (L), David Le Neveu...
Halifax, Canada
CANADAS GOALTENDER FLEURY GETS A HUG FOLLOWING WIN AT THE WORLD JUNIOR
HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canada's goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury (2nd R) is congratulated by
Gregory Campbell (L), David Le Neveu (2nd L) and Carlo Colaiacovo (R)
following their 5-3 win over Finland at the world junior hockey
championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia, December 31, 2002. Fleury, who
is suffering from the flu, replaced Le Neveu, who started the game.
REUTERS/Shaun Best

SB/HB
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December 31, 2002
Philippine Congressman Willie Villarama addresses the media after a
bail hearing against Philippine...
UNITED STATES
PHILIPPINE CONGRESSMAN TALKS TO MEDIA AT LAWMAKER TRIAL IN FLORIDA.
Philippine Congressman Willie Villarama addresses the media after a
bail hearing against Philippine lawmaker Mark Jimenez whom he supports,
in Miami, Florida, December 31, 2002. Jimenez is facing dozens of
charges including fraud and illegal election contributions to Bill
Clinton's campaign. REUTERS/Marc Serota

MS/ME/CMC
POPE
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December 31, 2002
A bishop swings incense in front of Pope John Paul II during the Te
Deum prayer in St Peter's basilica...
Vatican, Italy
BISHOP SWINGS INCENSE IN FRONT OF POPE JOHN PAUL II DURING TE DEUM
PRAYER IN ST PETER'S BASILICA.
A bishop swings incense in front of Pope John Paul II during the Te
Deum prayer in St Peter's basilica in Vatican City December 31, 2002.
The pontiff ended the year Tuesday with words of thanks for the last 12
months and a hopeful eye toward 2003, in his traditional New Year's Eve
homily addressed to Roman churchgoers. REUTERS/Vincenzo Pinto

VP/CMC
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December 31, 2002
Prosecuting Attorney Michael Savage (2R) walks to his office during a
break in the Federal hearing against...
UNITED STATES
ATTORNEY SAVAGE WALKS TO COURT IN FLORIDA.
Prosecuting Attorney Michael Savage (2R) walks to his office during a
break in the Federal hearing against Philippine lawmaker Mark Jimenez
in Miami, Florida, December 31, 2002. Jimenez faces dozens of charges
including fraud and illeagal election contributions to Bill Clinton's
campaign and is a member of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's ruling
coalition. REUTERS/Marc Serota

MS/ME
NEWYEAR INDONESIA
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December 31, 2002
An Indonesian man prays with a lit candle at the Jakarta stadium on
December 31, 2002. Thousands of...
Jakarta, Indonesia
AN INDONESIAN MAN PRAYS AS HE WELCOMES THE NEW YEAR IN JAKARTA.
An Indonesian man prays with a lit candle at the Jakarta stadium on
December 31, 2002. Thousands of Indonesian Christians gathered in the
stadium to celebrate Christmas and welcome the new year. REUTERS/Supri

supri/CRB
AFGHAN FRANCE
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December 31, 2002
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (R) greets French Defence Minister
Michele Alliot-Marie at the presidential...
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
AFGHAN PRESIDENT KARZAI GREETS FRENCH DEFENCE MINISTER MARIE IN KABUL.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (R) greets French Defence Minister
Michele Alliot-Marie at the presidential palace in Kabul, December 31,
2002. Marie is in the Afghan's capital for several official calls and
to share the New Year Eve with the French troops in Afghanistan.
REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim REUTERS

ZH
KOREA USA PROTEST
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December 31, 2002
A SOUTH KOREAN PROTESTER HOLDS A BANNER CRITICIZING A POSSIBLE U.S. WAR
AGAINST IRAQ DURING AN ANTI-U.S...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
A SOUTH KOREAN PROTESTER HOLDS A BANNER CRITICIZING A POSSIBLE U.S. WAR
AGAINST IRAQ DURING AN ...
A SOUTH KOREAN PROTESTER HOLDS A BANNER CRITICIZING A POSSIBLE U.S. WAR
AGAINST IRAQ DURING AN ANTI-U.S RALLY IN SEOUL.
EUROPE TRANSPORT ALPES
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December 31, 2002
AUSTRIAN TRANSPORT MINISTER REICHHOLD SPEAKS AT THE START OF A EU
TRANSPORT MINISTERS MEETING IN BRUSSELS....
Brussels, Belgium
AUSTRIAN TRANSPORT MINISTER REICHHOLD SPEAKS AT THE START OF A EU
TRANSPORT MINISTERS MEETING IN ......
AUSTRIAN TRANSPORT MINISTER REICHHOLD SPEAKS AT THE START OF A EU
TRANSPORT MINISTERS MEETING IN BRUSSELS.
SPORT NHL
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December 31, 2002
Toronto Maple Leafs' Alyn McCauley (C) is pushed to the ice by
Vancouver Canucks' Murray Baron (L) during...
Vancouver, Canada
LEAFS MCAULEY PUSHED TO THE ICE BY CANUCKS BARON DURING NHL PLAY.
Toronto Maple Leafs' Alyn McCauley (C) is pushed to the ice by
Vancouver Canucks' Murray Baron (L) during second period NHL play,
December 31, 2002. On the right is Canucks' goalie Dan Cloutier,
covering up the puck to get the whistle. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/HB
SPORT NHL
RTR1149L
December 31, 2002
Toronto Maple Leafs' Ric Jackman (55) collides with Vancouver Canucks'
Mats Lindgren during second period...
Vancouver, Canada
LEAFS JACKMAN COLLIDES WITH CANUCKS LINDGREN DURING NHL PLAY.
Toronto Maple Leafs' Ric Jackman (55) collides with Vancouver Canucks'
Mats Lindgren during second period play in Vancouver, December 31,
2002. Jackman injured his leg after the collision and had to be helped
off the ice with an undisclosed injury. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/HB
RTR1149G
December 31, 2002
Dallas Stars' defenseman Richard Matvichuk (L) and Edmonton Oilers'
defenseman Eric Brewer crash into...
UNITED STATES
OILERS BREWER AND STARS MATVICHUK COLLIDE ALONG THE BOARDS IN FIRST
PERIOD.
Dallas Stars' defenseman Richard Matvichuk (L) and Edmonton Oilers'
defenseman Eric Brewer crash into the boards during first period action
at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, December 31, 2002. The Stars
defeated the Oilers 4-1. REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell

JM/HB
SPORT NHL
RTR1149B
December 31, 2002
Edmonton Oilers' goalie Jussi Markkanen (R) makes a save against the
Dallas Stars as Oilers' center...
Dallas, United States of America
OILERS GOALIE MARKKANEN MAKES THIRD PERIOD SAVE AGAINST STARS.
Edmonton Oilers' goalie Jussi Markkanen (R) makes a save against the
Dallas Stars as Oilers' center Mike Comrie looks back from the ice
during third period action at the American Airlines Center in Dallas,
December 31, 2002. The Stars defeated the Oilers 4-1. REUTERS/Jeff
Mitchell

JM/HB
SPORT NHL
RTR11495
December 31, 2002
Toronto Maple Leafs' goalie Ed Belfour falls onto his back as the puck
passes by him and into the net,...
Vancouver, Canada
LEAFS BELFOUR FALLS ON HIS BACK AS PUCK PASSES INTO NET FROM CANUCKS
BERTUZZI.
Toronto Maple Leafs' goalie Ed Belfour falls onto his back as the puck
passes by him and into the net, during first period NHL play against
the Vancouver Canucks, December 31, 2002. The goal was scored by
Canucks' Todd Bertuzzi. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/HB
SPORT NHL
RTR11490
December 31, 2002
Toronto Maple Leafs' Bryan McCabe (L) upends Vancouver Canucks Trent
Klatt during first period NHL play...
Vancouver, Canada
LEAFS MCCABE UPENDS CANUCKS KLATT DURING NHL FIRST PERIOD PLAY.
Toronto Maple Leafs' Bryan McCabe (L) upends Vancouver Canucks Trent
Klatt during first period NHL play in Vancouver, December 31, 2002. No
penalty was called on the play. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/HB
RTR1148S
December 31, 2002
Edmonton Oilers' right wing Anson Carter (L) and center Mike Comrie (C)
check Dallas Stars' defenseman...
UNITED STATES
OILERS CARTER AND COMRIE CHECK STARS HATCHER INTO BOARDS IN THE FIRST
PERIOD.
Edmonton Oilers' right wing Anson Carter (L) and center Mike Comrie (C)
check Dallas Stars' defenseman Derian Hatcher (R) into the boards
during first period action at the American Airlines Center in Dallas,
December 31, 2002. REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell

JM/HB
SPORT ICE HOCKEY
RTR1148N
December 31, 2002
Finland's goaltender Kari Lehtonen lets in a goal during the first
period of play at the world junior...
Halifax, Canada
FINLANDS GOALTENDER LEHTONEN LETS IN A GOAL AT THE WORLD JUNIOR HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Finland's goaltender Kari Lehtonen lets in a goal during the first
period of play at the world junior hockey championships in Halifax,
Nova Scotia, December 31, 2002. Also in on the play are Finland's Joni
Pitkanen (4), Topi Jaakola (3) and Canada's Brooks Laich. Canada went
on to win the game 5-3. REUTERS/Shaun Best

SB/HB
SPORT NHL
RTR1148I
December 31, 2002
Edmonton Oilers' goalie Jussi Markkanen has his mask knocked off by a
slap shot by Dallas Stars' Mike...
Dallas, United States of America
OILERS GOALIE MARKKANEN LOSES MASK AFTER SHOT BY STARS MODANO.
Edmonton Oilers' goalie Jussi Markkanen has his mask knocked off by a
slap shot by Dallas Stars' Mike Modano, during second period action at
the American Airlines Center in Dallas, December 31, 2002. REUTERS/Jeff
Mitchell

JM/HB
SPORT ICE HOCKEY
RTR1148E
December 31, 2002
Finland players gather at the bench during a break in play in their 5-3
loss to Canada at the world...
Halifax, Canada
FINLANDS BENCH DURING A BREAK IN PLAY AT THE WORLD JUNIOR HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Finland players gather at the bench during a break in play in their 5-3
loss to Canada at the world junior hockey championships in Halifax,
Nova Scotia, December 31, 2002. From L-R: Matti Naatatnen (18), Tuomo
Ruutu (15), Juho Lehtisalo (21) and Tomi Maki. REUTERS/Shaun Best

SB/HB
SPORT ICE HOCKEY
RTR11489
December 31, 2002
Finland's Joni Pitkanen (4) skates past Canadian players as they
celebrate a second period goal at the...
Halifax, Canada
CANADA CELEBRATES A GOAL AT THE WORLD JUNIOR HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Finland's Joni Pitkanen (4) skates past Canadian players as they
celebrate a second period goal at the world junior hockey championships
in Halifax, Nova Scotia, December 31, 2002. Canada went on to win the
game 5-3. REUTERS/Shaun Best

SB/HB
SPORT NHL
RTR11483
December 31, 2002
Ottawa Senators' center Mike Fisher (R) shoots the puck to score the
first of six goals by the Senators...
Tampa, United States of America
OTTAWAS MIKE FISHER SCORES THE FIRST GOAL.
Ottawa Senators' center Mike Fisher (R) shoots the puck to score the
first of six goals by the Senators as Tampa Bay Lightning Brad Lukowich
(R) looks on in the first period in Tampa, Florida, December 31, 2002.
The Senators went on to defeat the Lightning 6-3. REUTERS/Charles W
Luzier

CWL/HB
SPORT ICE HOCKEY
RTR1147X
December 31, 2002
Canada's goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury gets a hug from Steve Eminger
following their 5-3 win over Finland...
Halifax, Canada
CANADAS GOALTENDER FLEURY GETS A HUG FOLLOWING WIN AT WORLD JUNIOR
HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canada's goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury gets a hug from Steve Eminger
following their 5-3 win over Finland at the world junior hockey
championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia, December 31, 2002. Fleury, who
is suffering from the flu, replaced David Le Neveu who started the
game. REUTERS/Shaun Best

SB/HB
RTR1147S
December 31, 2002
Edmonton Oilers' defenseman Alexei Semenov (R) trips up Dallas Stars'
left wing Brenden Morrow during...
UNITED STATES
OILERS SEMENOV TRIPS STARS MORROW DURING FIRST PERIOD ACTION.
Edmonton Oilers' defenseman Alexei Semenov (R) trips up Dallas Stars'
left wing Brenden Morrow during first period action at the American
Airlines Center in Dallas, December 31, 2002. Semenov was given a two
minute penalty. REUTERS/Jeff Mitchell

JM/HB
SPORT ICE HOCKEY
RTR1147M
December 31, 2002
Canada's goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury celebrates his team's 5-3 win
over Finland at the world junior...
Halifax, Canada
CANADAS GOALTENDER FLEURY CELEBRATES WIN AT WORLD JUNIOR HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canada's goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury celebrates his team's 5-3 win
over Finland at the world junior hockey championships in Halifax, Nova
Scotia, December 31, 2002. Fleury, who is suffering from the flu,
replaced David Le Neveu who started the game. REUTERS/Shaun Best

SB/HB
SPORT ICE HOCKEY
RTR1147I
December 31, 2002
Canada's goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury makes a save during the second
period of play against Finland...
Halifax, Canada
CANADAS GOALTENDERFLEURY MAKES A SAVE AT WORLD JUNIOR HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canada's goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury makes a save during the second
period of play against Finland at the world junior hockey championships
in Halifax, Nova Scotia, December 31, 2002. Fleury, who is suffering
from the flu, replaced David Le Neveu who started the game.
REUTERS/Shaun Best

SB/HB
SPORT ICE HOCKEY
RTR1147C
December 31, 2002
Canada's goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury makes a glove save during the
third period of play against Finland...
Halifax, Canada
CANADAS GOALTENDER FLEURY MAKES A GLOVE SAVE AT WORLD JUNIOR HOCKEY
CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Canada's goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury makes a glove save during the
third period of play against Finland at the world junior hockey
championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia, December 31, 2002. Fleury, who
is suffering from the flu, replaced David Le Neveu who started the
game. Canada won the game 5-3. REUTERS/Shaun Best

SB/HB
SPORT NHL
RTR11477
December 31, 2002
Edmonton Oilers' right wing Ales Hemsky (R) tries to score against
Dallas Stars' goalie Marty Turco...
Dallas, United States of America
OILERS HEMSKY TRIES SCORE AGAINST STARS TURCO IN FIRST PERIOD.
Edmonton Oilers' right wing Ales Hemsky (R) tries to score against
Dallas Stars' goalie Marty Turco during first period action at the
American Airlines Center in Dallas, December 31, 2002. REUTERS/Jeff
Mitchell

JM/HB
SPORT NHL
RTR1146Z
December 31, 2002
Ottawa Senators Chris Neil (25) looks over his shoulder as goalie
Patrick Lalime (40) stops Tampa Bay...
Tampa, United States of America
OTTAWA GOALIE STOPS LIGHTNING SHOT FOR ON GOAL.
Ottawa Senators Chris Neil (25) looks over his shoulder as goalie
Patrick Lalime (40) stops Tampa Bay Lightning's Dave Andreychuck (25)
shot on goal as his teammate Jammie Olvestad (18) looks on during the
first period of play in Tampa, Florida, December 31, 2002.
REUTERS/Charles W Luzier

CWL/HB
SPORT NHL
RTR1146S
December 31, 2002
Calgary Flames' goalie Roman Turek stops Montreal Canadiens' forward
Donald Audette's close range shot...
Calgary, Canada
CALGARY FLAMES TUREK STOPS MONTREAL CANADIENS AUDETTE.
Calgary Flames' goalie Roman Turek stops Montreal Canadiens' forward
Donald Audette's close range shot in the first period in Calgary,
December 31, 2002. REUTERS/Patrick Price

PP/HB
SPORT NHL
RTR1146M
December 31, 2002
Montreal Canadiens' goalie Jose Theodore tries to stop the puck as
Calgary Flames' forward Blake Sloan...
Calgary, Canada
MONTREAL CANADIENS THEODORE STOPS CALGARY FLAMES SLOAN.
Montreal Canadiens' goalie Jose Theodore tries to stop the puck as
Calgary Flames' forward Blake Sloan kicks at the puck while Canadiens'
defenseman Patrick Traverse (54) defends, in the first period in
Calgary, December 31, 2002. REUTERS/Patrick Price

PP/HB
SPORT ICE HOCKEY
RTR1146I
December 31, 2002
Canada's goaltender David Le Neveu sits on the team bench beside
Finland's Tuomas Immonen after being...
Halifax, Canada
CANADAS GOALTENDER LE NEVEU SITS ON THE BENCH AFTER BEING PULLED FROM
GAME.
Canada's goaltender David Le Neveu sits on the team bench beside
Finland's Tuomas Immonen after being pulled from the game during the
second period of play at the world junior hockey championships in
Halifax, Nova Scotia, December 31, 2002. Le Neveu was replaced by
Marc-Andre Fleury. REUTERS/Shaun Best

SB/HB
SPORT NHL
RTR11468
December 31, 2002
Ottawa Senators' center Mike Fisher (R) celebrates his goal with
teammates Martin Havlat (L) and Zdeno...
Tampa, United States of America
OTTAWA CELEBRATES GOAL AGAINST LIGHTNING.
Ottawa Senators' center Mike Fisher (R) celebrates his goal with
teammates Martin Havlat (L) and Zdeno Chara (C), in the first period in
Tampa, Florida, December 31, 2002. REUTERS/Charles W Luzier

CWL/HB
SPORT ICE HOCKEY
RTR11465
December 31, 2002
Canada' Jeff Woywitka (L), Gregory Campbell (2nd L), Derek Roy (2nd R)
and Joffrey Lupul (R) celebrate...
Halifax, Canada
CANADA CELEBRATES A GOAL ON FINLAND AT WORLD JUNIOR HOCKEY.
Canada' Jeff Woywitka (L), Gregory Campbell (2nd L), Derek Roy (2nd R)
and Joffrey Lupul (R) celebrate a second period goal on Finland at the
world junior hockey championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia, December 31,
2002. REUTERS/Shaun Best

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SPORT NHL
RTR1145Y
December 31, 2002
Tampa Bay Lightning center Vaclav Prospal (L) and Ottawa Senators'
defenseman Karel Rachunek fight for...
Tampa, United States of America
TAMPA BAY LIGHTNINGS PROSPAL AND SENATORS RACHUNEK FIGHT FOR THE PUCK.
Tampa Bay Lightning center Vaclav Prospal (L) and Ottawa Senators'
defenseman Karel Rachunek fight for control of the puck in the first
period of play in Tampa, Florida, December 31, 2002. REUTERS/Charles W
Luzier

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SPORT NHL
RTR1145S
December 31, 2002
Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Nikolai Khabibulin shoves Ottawa Senators'
center Shaun Van Allen out of...
Tampa, United States of America
TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING GOALIE SHOVES OTTAWAS SHAUN VAN ALLEN.
Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Nikolai Khabibulin shoves Ottawa Senators'
center Shaun Van Allen out of the way during the first period of play
in Tampa, Florida, December 31, 2002. REUTERS/Charles W Luzier

CWL/HB
SPORT ICE HOCKEY
RTR1145K
December 31, 2002
Canadian fan Jarrett Mitchell from Halifax shows his support for Canada
at the world junior hockey championships...
Halifax, Canada
CANADIAN FAN CHEERS TEAM ON AT WORLD JUNIOR HOCKEY.
Canadian fan Jarrett Mitchell from Halifax shows his support for Canada
at the world junior hockey championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia,
December 31, 2002. REUTERS/Shaun Best

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SPORT ICE HOCKEY
RTR1145E
December 31, 2002
Canada' goaltender David Le Neveu makes a save on Finland's Sean
Bergenheim during the first period...
Halifax, Canada
CANADAS GOALTENDER LE NEVEU MAKES A SAVE AT WORLD JUNIOR HOCKEY.
Canada' goaltender David Le Neveu makes a save on Finland's Sean
Bergenheim during the first period of action at the world junior hockey
championships in Halifax, Nova Scotia, December 31, 2002. REUTERS/Shaun
Best

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NEWYEAR KUWAIT
RTR1144W
December 31, 2002
U.S. soldiers from Second Brigade, Third Infantry Division take part in
the new year celebrations at...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
US SOLDIERS TAKE PART IN NEW YEARS CELEBRATIONS IN KUWAIT.
U.S. soldiers from Second Brigade, Third Infantry Division take part in
the new year celebrations at Camp New York in the Kuwaiti desert, 15 km
south of Iraq, late December 31, 2002. Kuwait is host to about 13,000
American military personnel. REUTERS/Peter Andrews

PA/CRB
SPORT NBA
RTR11441
December 31, 2002
Washington Wizards' Michael Jordan (R) drives around San Antonio Spurs'
Bruce Bowen in the fourth quarter...
Washington, United States of America
WIZARDS JORDAN DRIVES AROUND SPURS BOWEN.
Washington Wizards' Michael Jordan (R) drives around San Antonio Spurs'
Bruce Bowen in the fourth quarter at the MCI Center in Washington,
December 31, 2002. Jordan finished with 17 points as the Wizards
defeated the Spurs 105-103. REUTERS/Joe Giza

JG/HB
SPORT NBA
RTR1143V
December 31, 2002
San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan (L) tires to keep the ball away from
Washington Wizards' Jerry Stackhouse...
Washington, United States of America
SPURS DUNCAN TRIES TO KEEP BALL AWAY FROM WIZARDS STACKHOUSE.
San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan (L) tires to keep the ball away from
Washington Wizards' Jerry Stackhouse in the fourth quarter at the MCI
Center in Washington, December 31, 2002. Duncan finished with 35 points
and Stackhouse 25 as the Wizards won the game 105-103. REUTERS/Joe
Giza

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