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JAPAN-POLITICS/MINISTER
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June 12, 2009
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso speaks to reporters at his official residence in Tokyo June 12, 2009....
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Aso speaks to reporters at his official residence in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso speaks to reporters at his official residence in Tokyo June 12, 2009. Japan Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama, a close ally of Aso, resigned on Friday, in a blow to Aso ahead of a looming election. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/MINISTER
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June 12, 2009
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso attends a doorstep at his official residence in Tokyo June 12, 2009....
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Aso attends a doorstep at his official residence in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso attends a doorstep at his official residence in Tokyo June 12, 2009. Japan Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama, a close ally of Aso, resigned on Friday, in a blow to Aso ahead of a looming election. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN POLITICS HEADSHOT)
JAPAN-POLITICS/MINISTER
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June 12, 2009
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso speaks to reporters at his official residence in Tokyo June 12, 2009....
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Aso speaks to reporters at his official residence in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso speaks to reporters at his official residence in Tokyo June 12, 2009. Japan Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama, a close ally of Aso, resigned on Friday, in a blow to Aso ahead of a looming election. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/MINISTER
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June 12, 2009
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso speaks to reporters at his official residence in Tokyo June 12, 2009....
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Aso speaks to reporters at his official residence in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso speaks to reporters at his official residence in Tokyo June 12, 2009. Japan Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama, a close ally of Aso, resigned on Friday, in a blow to Aso ahead of a looming election. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN POLITICS)
JAPAN POLITICS/MINISTER
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June 12, 2009
Japan's Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters after tendering his resignation...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters after tendering his resignation...
Japan's Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters after tendering his resignation to Prime Minister Taro Aso at Aso's official residence in Tokyo June 12, 2009. Hatoyama, a close ally of Prime Minister Taro Aso, resigned on Friday, in a blow to Aso ahead of a looming election. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS)
JAPAN POLITICS/MINISTER
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June 12, 2009
Japan Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters after tendering his resignation to...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters after tendering his resignation in...
Japan Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters after tendering his resignation to Prime Minister Taro Aso at Aso's official residence in Tokyo June 12, 2009. Hatoyama, a close ally of Prime Minister Taro Aso, resigned on Friday, in a blow to Aso ahead of a looming election. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS)
JAPAN POLITICS/MINISTER
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June 12, 2009
Japan Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters after tendering his resignation to...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters after tendering his resignation in...
Japan Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters after tendering his resignation to Prime Minister Taro Aso at Aso's official residence in Tokyo June 12, 2009. Hatoyama, a close ally of Prime Minister Taro Aso, resigned on Friday, in a blow to Aso ahead of a looming election. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY HEADSHOT)
JAPAN POLITICS/MINISTER
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June 12, 2009
Japan Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama is surrounded by reporters after tendering his resignation...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama is surrounded by reporters after tendering his resignation...
Japan Internal Affairs Minister Kunio Hatoyama is surrounded by reporters after tendering his resignation to Prime Minister Taro Aso at Aso's official residence in Tokyo June 12, 2009. Hatoyama, a close ally of Prime Minister Taro Aso, resigned on Friday, in a blow to Aso ahead of a looming election. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
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March 04, 2009
Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso (R) attends a plenary session with Internal Affairs and Communications...
Tokyo, Japan
Japananese PM Aso attends plenary session with Hatoyama and Amari in Tokyo
Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso (R) attends a plenary session with Internal Affairs and Communications Minister Kunio Hatoyama (C) and Administrative Reform Minister Akira Amari at the lower house in Tokyo March 4, 2009. Aso's clout was put to test on Wednesday in a lower house vote to approve unpopular cash handouts for voters. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
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November 13, 2007
Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda leaves a lower house plenary session at the parliament in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Prime Minister Fukuda leaves a lower house plenary session at the parliament in Tokyo
Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda leaves a lower house plenary session at the parliament in Tokyo after it approved a bill to resume naval support for U.S.-led operations in Afghanistan November 13, 2007. The lower house of Japan's parliament on Tuesday approved the bill, setting the stage for a confrontation with the opposition-controlled upper house that could spark an early general election. Justice Minister Kunio Hatoyama is seen beside Fukuda. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTX9TV
November 13, 2007
Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (R) applauds after a bill to resume naval support for U.S.-led operations...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese PM Fukuda applauds after a bill to resume naval support for U.S.-led operations in Afghanistan...
Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (R) applauds after a bill to resume naval support for U.S.-led operations in Afghanistan was approved during a plenary session at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo November 13, 2007. The lower house of Japan's parliament on Tuesday approved the bill, setting the stage for a confrontation with the opposition-controlled upper house that could spark an early general election. Justice Minister Kunio Hatoyama is seen beside Fukuda. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1VG1S
October 29, 2007
Japanese Minister of Justice Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters about the death penalty and the fingerprinting...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Minister of Justice Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters during a luncheon in Tokyo
Japanese Minister of Justice Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters about the death penalty and the fingerprinting of foreigners during a luncheon in Tokyo October 29, 2007. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
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October 29, 2007
Japanese Minister of Justice Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters about the death penalty and the fingerprinting...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Minister of Justice Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters during a luncheon in Tokyo
Japanese Minister of Justice Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters about the death penalty and the fingerprinting of foreigners during a luncheon in Tokyo October 29, 2007. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
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October 29, 2007
Japanese Minister of Justice Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters about the death penalty and the fingerprinting...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Minister of Justice Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters during a luncheon in Tokyo
Japanese Minister of Justice Kunio Hatoyama speaks to reporters about the death penalty and the fingerprinting of foreigners during a luncheon in Tokyo October 29, 2007. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
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September 26, 2007
Japan's newly elected Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (front 2nd L), prepares for a photo session with (front...
Tokyo, Japan
Newly elected Japanese Prime Minister Fukuda and his cabinet members prepare for a photo session after...
Japan's newly elected Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda (front 2nd L), prepares for a photo session with (front R-L), newly appointed Chief Cabinet Secretary Nobutaka Machimura, Re-appointed Japan Justice Minister Kunio Hatoyama, Fukuda, newly appointed Foreign Minister Masahiko Koumura, and other cabinet members after attending an attestation ceremony at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo September 26, 2007. Re-appointed Finance Minister Fukushiro Nukaga is seen behind Fukuda. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
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September 25, 2007
Re-appointed Japan Justice Minister Kunio Hatoyama speaks during a news conference at the premier's official...
Tokyo, Japan
Re-appointed Japan Justice Minister Hatoyama speaks during news conference at premier's official residence...
Re-appointed Japan Justice Minister Kunio Hatoyama speaks during a news conference at the premier's official residence in Tokyo September 25, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-CABINET
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August 27, 2007
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (C) poses with newly appointed Justice minister Kunio Hatoyama , Chief...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe poses with newly appointed ministers during an official group photo session at the premier's...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (C) poses with newly appointed Justice minister Kunio Hatoyama , Chief Cabinet Secretary Kaoru Yosano, Defence Minister Masahiko Komura and land, infrastructure and transport minister Tetsuzo Fuyushiba (L-R) during an official group photo session at the premier's official residence in Tokyo August 27, 2007. Abe picked familiar faces for key posts in a sweeping reshuffle of his cabinet on Monday, but analysts doubted whether the changes would do much to revive the Japanese leader's badly sagging popularity.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN-CABINET
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August 27, 2007
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (C) poses with newly appointed Justice minister Kunio Hatoyama , Chief...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Abe poses with newly appointed ministers during an official group photo session at the premier's...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (C) poses with newly appointed Justice minister Kunio Hatoyama , Chief Cabinet Secretary Kaoru Yosano, Defence Minister Masahiko Komura and land, infrastructure and transport minister Tetsuzo Fuyushiba (L-R) during an official group photo session at the premier's official residence in Tokyo August 27, 2007. Abe picked familiar faces for key posts in a sweeping reshuffle of his cabinet on Monday, but analysts doubted whether the changes would do much to revive the Japanese leader's badly sagging popularity. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
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