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Archive: 2004


The Drowned World
Photos from the aftermath of a deadly earthquake and tsumani that took at least 22,000 lives across south Asia
Dec. 27, 2004


Pacific Devastation
As many as 1,000 people are reported to have been killed as storms and mudslides wrought havoc across the Philippines
Dec. 03, 2004


A Day in the Life
TIME follows Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian as he travels the country
Nov. 04, 2004


Afghanistan Votes
After weeks of campaigning, voters go to the polls for the country's first direct presidential election
Oct. 12, 2004


Richard Avedon: 1923 - 2004
The legendary photographer's portraiture celebrated kings and commoners. A look at his work
Oct. 06, 2004


Northern Stars
Asian movies sparkle at the Toronto Film Festival
Sep. 27, 2004


The New Shanghai
Scenes from the most happening city on earth
Sep. 21, 2004


Old Terror, New Target
After Bali and the Jakarta Mariott hotel, the Australian Embassy comes under attack in Indonesia
Sep. 13, 2004


Competing Their Hearts Out
The athletes of the Summer Games put on a grand spectacle of sportsmanship, patriotism and—most of all—determination
Aug. 30, 2004


Asia Reaches Olympian Heights
From swimming to shooting, field hockey to fighting, Asia's superstar athletes are defying gravity in Athens
Aug. 27, 2004


Religious Ecstasy
The Sufis of India believe that the path to God is paved with love. John Stanmeyer documents a different kind of Islam
Jul. 27, 2004


Indonesia Votes
Photographer John Stanmeyer follows the candidates as they hit the campaign trail in Indonesia's landmark presidential elections
Jul. 10, 2004


Asia Shines at Cannes
Asian movies impressed at the world's glitziest film festival
Jun. 01, 2004


Gandhi Rising
The world's biggest electorate turns to a perennial favorite
May. 18, 2004


Vietnam: Looking Back, Moving Ahead
Fifty years after Dien Bien Phu, TIME looks at a Vietnam grappling with modernity and change
May. 10, 2004


Philippines: Showdown
President Glorial Macapagal Arroyo and film star Fernando Poe, Jr. fight it out for the Philippines' top job. John Stanmeyer goes inside the campaign
May. 04, 2004


Japan: Back on Track
After years of sluggish growth, Japanís economy is rolling again. Andreas Seibert looks at a nation on the rebound
Apr. 08, 2004


Indonesia's Elections
With 24 parties and 150 million eligible voters, Indonesia's colorful parliamentary elections could be the biggest single-day electoral event in history
Apr. 05, 2004


48 Hours in Taiwan
From an assassination attempt to a razor-thin reelection to calls for a recount, TIME tracks a wild weekend in Taiwan politics
Mar. 25, 2004


The Year in Pictures 2003
In 2003 the battered world crashed again into our lives. We saw searing images of the Iraq war, wonders of nature and remarkable triumphs of the human spirit
Feb. 23, 2004


India: For Richer or Poorer
Not everyone has benefited from India's booming economy. TIME's photographers look at the growing gap between those on the cutting edge and those left behind
Feb. 23, 2004



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