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Chinese evacuees from Libya arrive in Greece

2011-03-03 02:08:22 GMT2011-03-03 10:08:22(Beijing Time)  China Daily

Chinese evacuees from Libya are seen aboard a Greek-flagged merchant ship "El. Venizelos" at southern Greek island of Crete, March 2, 2011. The ship could be the last liner chartered by China's government to withdraw Chinese nationals from the turbulent North African country, according to the Chinese embassy in Greece and Greek officials. [Photo/Xinhua]

Chinese workers arrive at a Greek port and wait in lines to take buses, Mar 2, 2011. [Photo by Fu Jing/China Daily]

Chinese workers arrive at a Greek port and wait in lines to take buses, Mar 2, 2011. [Photo by Fu Jing/China Daily]

Fu Zhuguo (middle), aged 36, who is from a heavy machinery company in Shandong province and doing sales services in Libya, is on a Greek ferry back home, Mar 2, 2011. [Photo by Fu Jing/China Daily]

Yang Jiaqi is lining up to get off the Greek ship, Mar 2, 2011. [Photo by Fu Jing/China daily]

Chinese evacuees from Libya were seen aboard a Greek-flagged merchant ship "El. Venizelos" at southern Greek island of Crete, March 2, 2011. The ship could be the last liner chartered by China's government to withdraw Chinese nationals from the turbulent North African country, according to the Chinese embassy in Greece and Greek officials.

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