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1. 05-25 Airliner with 225 people crashed into sea Taiwan
C. 06-30 Brazil wins World Cup Japan
3. 08-22 Million people battling lake Lake Dongting, Hunan, Southern China
10-12 183 people dead after bomb blasts Bali
F. 11-13 Zemin, 5 other leaders stepping down Beijing
G. 12-12 N. Korea to reactivate nuke plants Pyongyang, North Korea

France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening South Korea beat Italy Turkey shoots into semis Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final Brazil beats Turkey 1-0 in semifinal Korean ship battle kills four   Brazil wins World Cup
Donors pledge Afghan aid Bush visits China Chinese jet crashes Birth of a nation Airliner with 225 people crashed into sea


January 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jan.20   Japan


February 2002 ... more > Top ^
Feb.20   Beijing


April 2002 ... more > Top ^
Apr.14   South Korea


May 2002 ... more > Top ^
May.19   East Timor
May.25   Taiwan  
  There is little hope of finding survivors after a Boeing 747-200 crashed on its way to Hong Kong
May.31   South Korea


June 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jun.7  Southern Philippines  Hostages die in rescue bid
Jun.18   South Korea
Jun.21  South Korea  Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal
 Japan  Brazil beat England 2-1 in quarterfinal
Jun.22   Japan
 South Korea  Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals
Jun.25   South Korea
Jun.26   Japan
Jun.28   South Korea
Jun.29  South Korea  Turkey tops Korea 3-2 for third place
Jun.30   Japan  
  Brazil 2-0 Germany. Ronaldo scored both goals and gets Golden Boot award


July 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jul.10  South Korea  Prime minister replaced Jul.26  Indonesia  Tommy Suharto gets life for murder

August 2002 ... more > Top ^
Aug.2   Taiwan Leader calls for independence vote Aug.11  South Korea  Koreas resume peace talks Aug.21  Southern Philippines  Two hostages beheaded Aug.22   Southern China   Million people battling lake Map of Lake Dongting Hunan China
  Families living nearby China's second largest freshwater lake have begun to flee their homes..    850,000 civilians and soldiers have mobilised to shore up dykes...
Aug.24  China  Flooded lake reaches crest Aug.30  South Korea  Breakthrough on Korean border links

September 2002 ... more > Top ^
Sep.1  South Korea  Clean up after deadly typhoon Sep.3  Japan  Stocks plunge to 19-year low Sep.6   Taiwan Typhoon Sinlaku hits, 1,000 evacuated
Sep.14  China  Food poisoning kills 40 Sep.16   North Korea   Japan, North Korea historic meeting   Pyongyang will give information about one of 11 missing Japanese citizens kidnapped by North Korea Sep.17  North Korea  N Korea confesses to kidnappings

October 2002 ... more > Top ^
Oct.3  China  N. Korea capitalist zone boss 'arrested' Oct.12   Bali   183 people dead after bomb blasts
  250 people are injured, many with severe burns after a series of nearly-simultaneous blasts on the tourist island
 An explosion occurred at a nightclub. As people streamed out, larger blast tore through the Sari Club. U.S. and regional intelligence officials linked the bombings to the al Qaeda. Many of the dead and wounded were Australians. Bush offered U.S. assistance to the Indonesian government
Oct.14  Bali  Al-Qaeda blamed for Bali bombing Oct.16   North Korea North Korea admits it has nuke program
Oct.17   Indonesia New terror laws imminent Oct.18  Manila  Deadly blast rocks Manila

November 2002 ... more > Top ^
Nov.7   Beijing Communist Party Congress opens
Nov.13   Beijing   Zemin, 5 other leaders stepping down
  Only one senior leader, Vice President Hu Jintao, 59, had been re-elected to new Central Committee
Nov.14  Beijing  China announces new leaders

December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.5  Indonesia  Blast rocks McDonald's Dec.12   North Korea   N. Korea to reactivate nuke plants Map of Pyongyang North Korea
  Pyongyang regards a joint agreement with the United States, Japan and South Korea as defunct
Dec.16  North Korea  N. Korea: Only treaty will prevent war Dec.19   South Korea Roh claims victory presidential vote Dec.21   North Korea N Korea removes nuclear monitors Dec.25  North Korea  Nuke fuel rods moved Dec.27   North Korea     Nuclear inspectors expelled  North Korea decided to expel IAEA inspectors who have been monitoring its frozen nuclear facilities



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East Asia
Tape shows attack plans
Hostages die in rescue bid
Tommy Suharto gets life for murder
Two hostages beheaded
N Korea confesses to kidnappings
N. Korea capitalist zone boss 'arrested'
183 people dead after bomb blasts
Al-Qaeda blamed for Bali bombing
New terror laws imminent
Deadly blast rocks Manila
Blast rocks McDonald's
Donors pledge Afghan aid
Bush visits China
Birth of a nation
Prime minister replaced
Leader calls for independence vote
Koreas resume peace talks
Breakthrough on Korean border links
Japan, North Korea historic meeting
Communist Party Congress opens
Zemin, 5 other leaders stepping down
Roh claims victory presidential vote
France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening
South Korea beat Italy
Brazil beat England 2-1 in quarterfinal
Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal
Turkey shoots into semis
Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals
Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final
Brazil beats Turkey 1-0 in semifinal
Brazil wins World Cup
US, Philippines joint military exercises
Korean ship battle kills four
Breakthrough on Korean border links
North Korea admits it has nuke program
N. Korea to reactivate nuke plants
N. Korea: Only treaty will prevent war
N Korea removes nuclear monitors
Nuke fuel rods moved
Nuclear inspectors expelled
Chinese jet crashes
50 pulled alive from crush
Airliner with 225 people crashed into sea
Million people battling lake
Flooded lake reaches crest
Clean up after deadly typhoon
Typhoon Sinlaku hits, 1,000 evacuated
Food poisoning kills 40
France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening
South Korea beat Italy
Brazil beat England 2-1 in quarterfinal
Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal
Turkey shoots into semis
Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals
Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final
Brazil beats Turkey 1-0 in semifinal
Brazil wins World Cup
Tape shows attack plans
Blasts kill 14
Hostages die in rescue bid
Two hostages beheaded
183 people dead after bomb blasts
Al-Qaeda blamed for Bali bombing
New terror laws imminent
Deadly blast rocks Manila
Blast rocks McDonald's
Korea
N Korea confesses to kidnappings
Prime minister replaced
Koreas resume peace talks
Breakthrough on Korean border links
Japan, North Korea historic meeting
Roh claims victory presidential vote
France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening
South Korea beat Italy
Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal
Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals
Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final
Korean ship battle kills four
Breakthrough on Korean border links
North Korea admits it has nuke program
N. Korea to reactivate nuke plants
N Korea removes nuclear monitors
Nuclear inspectors expelled
Chinese jet crashes
50 pulled alive from crush
Clean up after deadly typhoon
France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening
South Korea beat Italy
Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal
Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals
Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final
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South Korea Your ad is here
Prime minister replaced
Koreas resume peace talks
Breakthrough on Korean border links
Roh claims victory presidential vote
France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening
South Korea beat Italy
Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal
Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals
Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final
Korean ship battle kills four
Breakthrough on Korean border links
Chinese jet crashes
50 pulled alive from crush
Clean up after deadly typhoon
France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening
South Korea beat Italy
Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal
Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals
Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final
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Southeast Asia
Hostages die in rescue bid
Tommy Suharto gets life for murder
Two hostages beheaded
183 people dead after bomb blasts
Al-Qaeda blamed for Bali bombing
New terror laws imminent
Deadly blast rocks Manila
Birth of a nation
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US, Philippines joint military exercises
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Hostages die in rescue bid
Two hostages beheaded
183 people dead after bomb blasts
Al-Qaeda blamed for Bali bombing
New terror laws imminent
Deadly blast rocks Manila
North Korea
N Korea confesses to kidnappings
Japan, North Korea historic meeting
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North Korea admits it has nuke program
N. Korea to reactivate nuke plants
N Korea removes nuclear monitors
Nuclear inspectors expelled
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China
N. Korea capitalist zone boss 'arrested'
Bush visits China
Communist Party Congress opens
Zemin, 5 other leaders stepping down
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Million people battling lake
Flooded lake reaches crest
Food poisoning kills 40
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Japan Your ad is here
Donors pledge Afghan aid
Bush has arrived in Tokyo
Turkey shoots into semis
Brazil beats Turkey 1-0 in semifinal
Brazil wins World Cup
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Turkey shoots into semis
Brazil beats Turkey 1-0 in semifinal
Brazil wins World Cup
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Indonesia
Tommy Suharto gets life for murder
183 people dead after bomb blasts
Al-Qaeda blamed for Bali bombing
New terror laws imminent
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183 people dead after bomb blasts
Al-Qaeda blamed for Bali bombing
New terror laws imminent
Philippines
Hostages die in rescue bid
Two hostages beheaded
Deadly blast rocks Manila
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US, Philippines joint military exercises
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Hostages die in rescue bid
Two hostages beheaded
Deadly blast rocks Manila
Beijing Your ad is here
Bush visits China
Communist Party Congress opens
Zemin, 5 other leaders stepping down
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Taiwan Your ad is here
Leader calls for independence vote
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Airliner with 225 people crashed into sea
Typhoon Sinlaku hits, 1,000 evacuated
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East Asia, 2002 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2002
Jun.28   South Korea
Aug.30  South Korea  Breakthrough on Korean border links
Oct.16   North Korea
Dec.12   North Korea
  Pyongyang regards a joint agreement with the United States, Japan and South Korea as defunct
Dec.16  North Korea  N. Korea: Only treaty will prevent war Dec.21   North Korea N Korea removes nuclear monitors Dec.25  North Korea  Nuke fuel rods moved Dec.27   North Korea   Nuclear inspectors expelled  North Korea decided to expel IAEA inspectors who have been monitoring its frozen nuclear facilities



East Asia, 2002 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2002 Apr.14   South Korea Chinese jet crashes
May.25   Taiwan Airliner with 225 people crashed into sea
  There is little hope of finding survivors after a Boeing 747-200 crashed on its way to Hong Kong
Aug.22   Southern China Million people battling lake
Map of Lake Dongting Hunan China
  Families living nearby China's second largest freshwater lake have begun to flee their homes..    850,000 civilians and soldiers have mobilised to shore up dykes...
Aug.24  China  Flooded lake reaches crest Sep.1  South Korea  Clean up after deadly typhoon Sep.6   Taiwan Typhoon Sinlaku hits, 1,000 evacuated Sep.14  China  Food poisoning kills 40



East Asia, 2002 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2002 Sep.3  Japan  Stocks plunge to 19-year low



East Asia, 2002 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2002 May.31   South Korea France 0-1 Senegal in World Cup opening
Jun.18   South Korea South Korea beat Italy Jun.21  South Korea  Germany 1-0 USA in quarterfinal Jun.21  Japan  Brazil beat England 2-1 in quarterfinal Jun.22   Japan Turkey shoots into semis Jun.22  South Korea  Host beats Spain, advances to semifinals Jun.25   South Korea Germany 1-0 South Korea in semi-final Jun.26   Japan Brazil beats Turkey 1-0 in semifinal Jun.29  South Korea  Turkey tops Korea 3-2 for third place Jun.30   Japan   Brazil wins World Cup
  Brazil 2-0 Germany. Ronaldo scored both goals and gets Golden Boot award




East Asia, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 Jun.7  Southern Philippines  Hostages die in rescue bid Jul.26  Indonesia  Tommy Suharto gets life for murder Aug.21  Southern Philippines  Two hostages beheaded Sep.17  North Korea  N Korea confesses to kidnappings Oct.3  China  N. Korea capitalist zone boss 'arrested' Oct.12   Bali 183 people dead after bomb blasts
  250 people are injured, many with severe burns after a series of nearly-simultaneous blasts on the tourist island
 An explosion occurred at a nightclub. As people streamed out, larger blast tore through the Sari Club. U.S. and regional intelligence officials linked the bombings to the al Qaeda. Many of the dead and wounded were Australians. Bush offered U.S. assistance to the Indonesian government
Oct.14  Bali  Al-Qaeda blamed for Bali bombing Oct.17   Indonesia New terror laws imminent Oct.18  Manila  Deadly blast rocks Manila Dec.5  Indonesia  Blast rocks McDonald's



East Asia, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.20   Japan Donors pledge Afghan aid
Feb.20   Beijing Bush visits China May.19   East Timor Birth of a nation Jul.10  South Korea  Prime minister replaced Aug.2   Taiwan Leader calls for independence vote Aug.11  South Korea  Koreas resume peace talks Aug.30  South Korea  Breakthrough on Korean border links Sep.16   North Korea Japan, North Korea historic meeting   Pyongyang will give information about one of 11 missing Japanese citizens kidnapped by North Korea Nov.7   Beijing Communist Party Congress opens Nov.13   Beijing Zemin, 5 other leaders stepping down
  Only one senior leader, Vice President Hu Jintao, 59, had been re-elected to new Central Committee
Nov.14  Beijing  China announces new leaders Dec.19   South Korea Roh claims victory presidential vote