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JAPAN-ELECTION/
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October 05, 2017
Japan's Constitutional Democratic Party member and former Prime Minister Naoto Kan delivers a speech...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Constitutional Democratic Party member and former Prime Minister Naoto Kan delivers a speech...
Japan's Constitutional Democratic Party member and former Prime Minister Naoto Kan delivers a speech during an anti-government rally in Tokyo, Japan October 5, 2017. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/ANNIVERSARY
RTX30JWE
March 11, 2017
Former prime minister Naoto Kan delivers a speech during an anti-nuclear protest in front of the parliament...
Tokyo, Japan
Former prime minister Naoto Kan delivers a speech during an anti-nuclear protest in front of the parliament...
Former prime minister Naoto Kan delivers a speech during an anti-nuclear protest in front of the parliament building in Tokyo, Japan March 11, 2017, to mark the six-year anniversary of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami that killed thousands and set off a nuclear crisis. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/HEARING
RTR32QFA
May 28, 2012
Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a parliamentary committee looking into the Japanese response...
Tokyo, Japan
Former Prime Minister Kan attends a parliamentary committee in Tokyo
Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a parliamentary committee looking into the Japanese response to last year's nuclear disaster in Fukushima, in Tokyo May 28, 2012. Then-Prime Minister Kan attended the committee on Monday as a testifier. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS HEADSHOT PROFILE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/HEARING
RTR32QF8
May 28, 2012
Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a parliamentary committee looking into the Japanese response...
Tokyo, Japan
Former Prime Minister Kan attends a parliamentary committee in Tokyo
Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a parliamentary committee looking into the Japanese response to last year's nuclear disaster in Fukushima, in Tokyo May 28, 2012. Then-Prime Minister Kan attended the committee on Monday as a testifier. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS HEADSHOT PROFILE)
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/HEARING
RTR32QF1
May 28, 2012
Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a parliamentary committee looking into the Japanese response...
Tokyo, Japan
Former Prime Minister Kan attends a parliamentary committee in Tokyo
Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a parliamentary committee looking into the Japanese response to last year's nuclear disaster in Fukushima, in Tokyo May 28, 2012. Then-Prime Minister Kan attended the committee on Monday as a testifier. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS)
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/HEARING
RTR32QEY
May 28, 2012
Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows as he attends a parliamentary committee looking into the Japanese...
Tokyo, Japan
Former Prime Minister Kan bows as he attends a parliamentary committee in Tokyo
Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows as he attends a parliamentary committee looking into the Japanese response to last year's nuclear disaster in Fukushima, in Tokyo May 28, 2012. Then-Prime Minister Kan attended the committee on Monday as a testifier. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS)
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/HEARING
RTR32QEX
May 28, 2012
Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan enters a venue for a parliamentary committee looking into the Japanese...
Tokyo, Japan
Former Prime Minister Kan enters a venue for a parliamentary committee in Tokyo
Former Prime Minister Naoto Kan enters a venue for a parliamentary committee looking into the Japanese response to last year's nuclear disaster in Fukushima, in Tokyo May 28, 2012. Then-Prime Minister Kan attended the committee on Monday as a testifier. The person on the left is Kan's aide. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS)
JAPAN-TSUNAMI/
RTR2Z4WB
March 10, 2012
A poster of former Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan, who was in office when the earthquake and tsunami...
HIRONO, Japan
A poster of former Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan is seen at the entrance of Hirono town
A poster of former Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan, who was in office when the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan last year, is seen at the entrance of Hirono town, Fukushima prefecture, March 10, 2012. Hirono town's municipal government is the first to return after being evacuated in the wake of the March 11, 2011 disaster, and kept away for nearly a year due to nuclear radiation fears. Of its original population of 5,300, only 250 still live in the town, according to officials. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY POLITICS)
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/
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February 29, 2012
Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s (Tepco) employees are seen during a media tour by bus to damaged reactor buildingsat...
Fukushima, Japan
Tepco employees are seen during a media tour by bus to damaged reactor buildings at the emergency operation...
Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s (Tepco) employees are seen during a media tour by bus to damaged reactor buildingsat the emergency operation center of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture February 28, 2012. Members of the foreign media were allowed into the plant on Tuesday ahead of the one-year anniversary of the March 11, 2011 tsunami and earthquake which triggered the world's worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl. Japan's then-premier Naoto Kan ordered workers to remain at the tsunami-crippled Fukushima nuclear plant last March as fears mounted of a "devil's chain reaction" that would force tens of millions of people to flee Tokyo, a new investigative report shows. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama/Pool (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS)
JAPAN-KAN/
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February 17, 2012
Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo February 17,...
Tokyo, Japan
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Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo February 17, 2012. Nearly a year after a huge quake and tsunami sparked Japan's Fukushima nuclear crisis, then-premier Kan is haunted by the spectre of an even bigger disaster forcing tens of millions of people to flee Tokyo and threatening the nation's existence. To match Interview JAPAN-KAN/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER HEADSHOT)
JAPAN-KAN/
RTR2XZGD
February 17, 2012
Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo February 17,...
Tokyo, Japan
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Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo February 17, 2012. Nearly a year after a huge quake and tsunami sparked Japan's Fukushima nuclear crisis, then-premier Kan is haunted by the spectre of an even bigger disaster forcing tens of millions of people to flee Tokyo and threatening the nation's existence. To match Interview JAPAN-KAN/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER)
JAPAN-KAN/
RTR2XZG8
February 17, 2012
Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan walks past his campaign posters after an interview with Reuters...
Tokyo, Japan
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Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan walks past his campaign posters after an interview with Reuters in Tokyo February 17, 2012. Nearly a year after a huge quake and tsunami sparked Japan's Fukushima nuclear crisis, then-premier Kan is haunted by the spectre of an even bigger disaster forcing tens of millions of people to flee Tokyo and threatening the nation's existence. To match Interview JAPAN-KAN/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN HEADSHOT - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER)
JAPAN-KAN/
RTR2XZFA
February 17, 2012
Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan listens to a question during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Interview JAPAN-KAN/
Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan listens to a question during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo February 17, 2012. Nearly a year after a huge quake and tsunami sparked Japan's Fukushima nuclear crisis, then-premier Kan is haunted by the spectre of an even bigger disaster forcing tens of millions of people to flee Tokyo and threatening the nation's existence. To match Interview JAPAN-KAN/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER HEADSHOT)
JAPAN-KAN/
RTR2XZF3
February 17, 2012
Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo February 17,...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Interview JAPAN-KAN/
Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo February 17, 2012. Nearly a year after a huge quake and tsunami sparked Japan's Fukushima nuclear crisis, then-premier Kan is haunted by the spectre of an even bigger disaster forcing tens of millions of people to flee Tokyo and threatening the nation's existence. To match Interview JAPAN-KAN/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER HEADSHOT)
JAPAN-KAN/
RTR2XZEZ
February 17, 2012
Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo February 17,...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Interview JAPAN-KAN/
Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo February 17, 2012. Nearly a year after a huge quake and tsunami sparked Japan's Fukushima nuclear crisis, then-premier Kan is haunted by the spectre of an even bigger disaster forcing tens of millions of people to flee Tokyo and threatening the nation's existence. To match Interview JAPAN-KAN/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER HEADSHOT)
JAPAN-KAN/
RTR2XZEV
February 17, 2012
Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo February 17,...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Interview JAPAN-KAN/
Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo February 17, 2012. Nearly a year after a huge quake and tsunami sparked Japan's Fukushima nuclear crisis, then-premier Kan is haunted by the spectre of an even bigger disaster forcing tens of millions of people to flee Tokyo and threatening the nation's existence. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER)
JAPAN-KAN/
RTR2XZEJ
February 17, 2012
Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo February 17,...
Tokyo, Japan
To match Interview JAPAN-KAN/
Japan's former prime minister Naoto Kan speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo February 17, 2012. Nearly a year after a huge quake and tsunami sparked Japan's Fukushima nuclear crisis, then-premier Kan is haunted by the spectre of an even bigger disaster forcing tens of millions of people to flee Tokyo and threatening the nation's existence. To match Interview JAPAN-KAN/ REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT DISASTER)
JAPAN-POLITICS
RTR2QNHZ
September 02, 2011
Outgoing Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan (C) receives a flower bouquet as he leaves his official residence...
Tokyo, Japan
Outgoing Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan receives a flower bouquet as he leaves his official residence...
Outgoing Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan (C) receives a flower bouquet as he leaves his official residence in Tokyo September 2, 2011. Incoming Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda is seeking a new finance minister for his cabinet after his first choice for the key job, Katsuya Okada, turned it down, public broadcaster NHK reported on Friday. REUTERS/Yoshikazu Tsuno/Pool (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS
RTR2QNHY
September 02, 2011
Outgoing Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan (C) receives a flower bouquet as he leaves his official residence...
Tokyo, Japan
Outgoing Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan receives a flower bouquet as he leaves his official residence...
Outgoing Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan (C) receives a flower bouquet as he leaves his official residence in Tokyo September 2, 2011. Incoming Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda is seeking a new finance minister for his cabinet after his first choice for the key job, Katsuya Okada, turned it down, public broadcaster NHK reported on Friday. REUTERS/Yoshikazu Tsuno/Pool (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS
RTR2QNHV
September 02, 2011
Outgoing Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan (R) receives a flower bouquet from his office staff as he...
Tokyo, Japan
Outgoing Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan receives a flower bouquet from his office staffs in Tokyo
Outgoing Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan (R) receives a flower bouquet from his office staff as he leaves his official residence in Tokyo September 2, 2011. Incoming Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda is seeking a new finance minister for his cabinet after his first choice for the key job, Katsuya Okada, turned it down, public broadcaster NHK reported on Friday. REUTERS/Yoshikazu Tsuno/Pool (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QJNB
August 30, 2011
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda bows as he was chosen as new prime minister at the...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda bows as he was chosen as new prime minister at the...
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda bows as he was chosen as new prime minister at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo August 30, 2011. The Japanese parliament's lower house voted in Yoshihiko Noda on Tuesday as the nation's sixth prime minister in five years. Noda, 54, a fiscal hawk who edged out a rival in a ruling party run-off vote on Monday, is finance minister in the outgoing administration of his predecessor Naoto Kan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QJN8
August 30, 2011
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda bows as he was chosen as new prime minister as outgoing...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda bows at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda bows as he was chosen as new prime minister as outgoing prime minister Naoto Kan (behind Noda) looks on, at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo August 30, 2011. The Japanese parliament's lower house voted in Yoshihiko Noda on Tuesday as the nation's sixth prime minister in five years. Noda, 54, a fiscal hawk who edged out a rival in a ruling party run-off vote on Monday, is finance minister in the outgoing administration of his predecessor Naoto Kan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QJN7
August 30, 2011
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda (C) bows deeply as he was chosen as new prime minister...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda bows deeply at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo...
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda (C) bows deeply as he was chosen as new prime minister as outgoing prime minister Naoto Kan (top R) looks on, at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo August 30, 2011. The Japanese parliament's lower house voted in Yoshihiko Noda on Tuesday as the nation's sixth prime minister in five years. Noda, 54, a fiscal hawk who edged out a rival in a ruling party run-off vote on Monday, is finance minister in the outgoing administration of his predecessor Naoto Kan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QIRZ
August 30, 2011
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda bows as he was chosen as new prime minister as outgoing...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda bows at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda bows as he was chosen as new prime minister as outgoing prime minister Naoto Kan (behind Noda) looks on, at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo August 30, 2011. The Japanese parliament's lower house voted in Yoshihiko Noda on Tuesday as the nation's sixth prime minister in five years. Noda, 54, a fiscal hawk who edged out a rival in a ruling party run-off vote on Monday, is finance minister in the outgoing administration of his predecessor Naoto Kan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QIRW
August 30, 2011
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda bows deeply as he was chosen as new prime minister...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda bows deeply at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo...
Japan's newly-elected Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda bows deeply as he was chosen as new prime minister as outgoing prime minister Naoto Kan (top R) looks on, at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo August 30, 2011. The Japanese parliament's lower house voted in Yoshihiko Noda on Tuesday as the nation's sixth prime minister in five years. Noda, 54, a fiscal hawk who edged out a rival in a ruling party run-off vote on Monday, is finance minister in the outgoing administration of his predecessor Naoto Kan. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QIRA
August 30, 2011
Japan's next prime minister Yoshihiko Noda (bottom) and outgoing prime minister Naoto Kan attend the...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's next prime minister Noda (bottom) and outgoing PM Kan attend the lower house of parliament in...
Japan's next prime minister Yoshihiko Noda (bottom) and outgoing prime minister Naoto Kan attend the lower house of parliament in Tokyo August 30, 2011. Japan Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda is to be voted in on Tuesday as the country's sixth prime minister in five years amid doubts he can unite his fractious ruling party while tackling myriad economic ills and a nuclear crisis. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QHBC
August 29, 2011
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (L), who was chosen as the new leader of Japan's ruling Democratic...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Finance Minister Noda shakes hands with Japan's Trade Minister Kaieda at the party's leadership...
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (L), who was chosen as the new leader of Japan's ruling Democratic Party, shakes hands with Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan at the party's leadership vote in Tokyo August 29, 2011. Finance Minister Noda will become Japan's next prime minister after defeating Trade Minister Banri Kaieda in the ruling party leadership run-off vote on Monday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QHB2
August 29, 2011
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (L), who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Finance Minister Noda, who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling DPJ, and PM Kan leave the...
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (L), who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ), and Prime Minister Naoto Kan leave the party's leadership vote in Tokyo August 29, 2011. Noda will become Japan's next prime minister after defeating Trade Minister Banri Kaieda in DPJ's leadership run-off vote on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QHB1
August 29, 2011
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (3rd L) who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Finance Minister Noda, who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling DPJ, shakes hands with...
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (3rd L) who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ), prepares for shake hands with former transport minister Sumio Mabuchi (L-R), Agriculture Minister Michihiko Kano, Prime Minister Naoto Kan, Trade Minister Banri Kaieda and former Foreign Minister Seiji Maehara at the party's leadership vote in Tokyo August 29, 2011. Noda will become Japan's next prime minister after defeating Kaieda in the DPJ's leadership run-off vote on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QHAV
August 29, 2011
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (3rd L) who was chosen as the new leader of Japan's ruling Democratic...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Finance Minister Noda, who was chosen as the new leader of Japan's ruling DPJ, shakes hands with...
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (3rd L) who was chosen as the new leader of Japan's ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ), prepares for shake hands with former transport minister Sumio Mabuchi (L-R), Agriculture Minister Michihiko Kano, Prime Minister Naoto Kan, Trade Minister Banri Kaieda and former Foreign Minister Seiji Maehara at the party's leadership vote in Tokyo August 29, 2011. Noda will become Japan's next prime minister after defeating Kaieda in the DPJ leadership run-off vote on Monday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/NODA
RTR2QHAH
August 29, 2011
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (L), who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda, who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic Party...
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (L), who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan, prepares to shake hands with outgoing Prime Minister Naoto Kan at the party's leadership vote in Tokyo August 29, 2011. Noda will become Japan's next prime minister after defeating Trade Minister Banri Kaieda in the ruling party leadership run-off vote on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/NODA
RTR2QHAE
August 29, 2011
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (L), who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda, who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic Party...
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (L), who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan, prepares to shake hands with outgoing Prime Minister Naoto Kan (C) and Trade Minister Banri Kaieda at the party's leadership vote in Tokyo August 29, 2011. Noda will become Japan's next prime minister after defeating Kaieda in the ruling party leadership run-off vote on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/NODA
RTR2QHAD
August 29, 2011
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (C), who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda, who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic Party...
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (C), who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan, shakes hands with outgoing Prime Minister Naoto Kan while Trade Minister Banri Kaieda (L) and former foreign minister Seiji Maehara look on, at the party's leadership vote in Tokyo August 29, 2011. Noda will become Japan's next prime minister after defeating Kaieda in the ruling party leadership run-off vote on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/NODA
RTR2QHA2
August 29, 2011
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (L), who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda, who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic Party...
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda (L), who was chosen as the new leader of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan, shakes hands with outgoing Prime Minister Naoto Kan at the party's leadership vote in Tokyo August 29, 2011. Noda will become Japan's next prime minister after defeating Trade Minister Banri Kaieda in the ruling party leadership run-off vote on Monday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QC98
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves at a news conference announcing his resignation at his official...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves at a news conference announcing his resignation at his official residence in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was in turmoil on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Prime Minister Naoto Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QC7R
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves a news conference announcing his resignation at his official...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves a news conference announcing his resignation at his official...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves a news conference announcing his resignation at his official residence in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was in turmoil on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Prime Minister Naoto Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QC7C
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan is seen through reporters during a news conference on his resignation...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan is seen through reporters during a news conference on his resignation at his official residence in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was in turmoil on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QC6Z
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves a news conference announcing his resignation at his official...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves a news conference announcing his resignation at his official residence in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was in turmoil on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Prime Minister Naoto Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QC6R
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows to Japanese national flag as he leaves at a news conference announcing...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows to Japanese national flag as he leaves at a news conference announcing...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows to Japanese national flag as he leaves at a news conference announcing his resignation at his official residence in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was in turmoil on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Prime Minister Naoto Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QC6O
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves at a news conference announcing his resignation, at his official...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves at a news conference announcing his resignation, at his official...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves at a news conference announcing his resignation, at his official residence in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was in turmoil on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Prime Minister Naoto Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QC65
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was in turmoil on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QC60
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was in turmoil on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Prime Minister Naoto Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QC5U
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was in turmoil on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
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August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was in turmoil on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTR2QC59
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was in turmoil on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTR2QC4X
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a news conference on his resignation at his official residence in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was in turmoil on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTR2QC40
August 26, 2011
A pedestrian with an umbrella and the Diet building are reflected in a puddle as it rains in Tokyo August...
Tokyo, Japan
A pedestrian with an umbrella and the Diet building are reflected in a puddle as it rains in Tokyo
A pedestrian with an umbrella and the Diet building are reflected in a puddle as it rains in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was wide open on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Prime Minister Naoto Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. Picture rotated 180 degrees. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
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RTR2QC28
August 26, 2011
Japan's former foreign minister Seiji Maehara (C) and his supporters, of the ruling Democratic Party...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's former foreign minister Seiji Maehara and his supporters, of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan...
Japan's former foreign minister Seiji Maehara (C) and his supporters, of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ), raise their fists at a meeting in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was wide open on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Prime Minister Naoto Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTR2QC22
August 26, 2011
Japan's former foreign minister Seiji Maehara and his supporters (not in picture), of the ruling Democratic...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's former foreign minister Seiji Maehara and his supporters, of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan...
Japan's former foreign minister Seiji Maehara and his supporters (not in picture), of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ), raise their fists at a meeting in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was wide open on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Prime Minister Naoto Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QC1Z
August 26, 2011
Japan's former foreign minister Seiji Maehara (L) and his supporters, of the ruling Democratic Party...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's former foreign minister Seiji Maehara and his supporters, of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan...
Japan's former foreign minister Seiji Maehara (L) and his supporters, of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ), raise their fists at a meeting in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was wide open on Friday after a scandal-tainted party powerbroker looked likely to refuse to back the most popular candidate just days before a vote. Prime Minister Naoto Kan, who came under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down at a gathering of ruling Democratic Party of Japan lawmakers, clearing the way for the party to pick a new leader on Monday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTR2QC09
August 26, 2011
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda arrives (C) at a general meeting of the ruling Democratic Party...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda arrives at a general meeting of the DPJ lawmakers in Tokyo
Japan's Finance Minister Yoshihiko Noda arrives (C) at a general meeting of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) lawmakers at the parliament building in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was up in the air on Friday after media said ruling party powerbroker Ichiro Ozawa was unlikely to back former foreign minister Seiji Maehara, a security hawk who is popular with voters. Prime Minister Naoto Kan, under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down, Kyodo news agency reported, clearing the way for the DPJ to pick a new leader. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
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RTR2QC07
August 26, 2011
Japan's former foreign minister Seiji Maehara (C) smiles as he arrives at a general meeting of the ruling...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's former foreign minister Seiji Maehara smiles as he arrives at a general meeting of the DPJ lawmakers...
Japan's former foreign minister Seiji Maehara (C) smiles as he arrives at a general meeting of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) lawmakers at the parliament building in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was up in the air on Friday after media said ruling party powerbroker Ichiro Ozawa was unlikely to back Maehara, a security hawk who is popular with voters. Prime Minister Naoto Kan, under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down, Kyodo news agency reported, clearing the way for the DPJ to pick a new leader. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/KAN
RTR2QC02
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a general meeting of his ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ)...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a general meeting of his DPJ lawmakers in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a general meeting of his ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) lawmakers at the parliament building in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was up in the air on Friday after media said ruling party powerbroker Ichiro Ozawa was unlikely to back former foreign minister Seiji Maehara, a security hawk who is popular with voters. Prime Minister Kan, under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down, Kyodo news agency reported, clearing the way for the DPJ to pick a new leader. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/KAN
RTR2QBZT
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a general meeting of his ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ)...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a general meeting of his DPJ lawmakers in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a general meeting of his ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) lawmakers at the parliament building in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was up in the air on Friday after media said ruling party powerbroker Ichiro Ozawa was unlikely to back former foreign minister Seiji Maehara, a security hawk who is popular with voters. Prime Minister Kan, under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down, Kyodo news agency reported, clearing the way for DPJ to pick a new leader. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/KAN
RTR2QBZQ
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a general meeting of his ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ)...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a general meeting of his DPJ lawmakers in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan attends a general meeting of his ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) lawmakers at the parliament building in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was up in the air on Friday after media said ruling party powerbroker Ichiro Ozawa was unlikely to back former foreign minister Seiji Maehara, a security hawk who is popular with voters. Prime Minister Kan, under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down, Kyodo news agency reported, clearing the way for the DPJ to pick a new leader. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
JAPAN-POLITICS/KAN
RTR2QBZO
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves from the podium at a general meeting of his ruling Democratic...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves from the podium at a general meeting of his DPJ lawmakers in...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan leaves from the podium at a general meeting of his ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) lawmakers at the parliament building in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was up in the air on Friday after media said ruling party powerbroker Ichiro Ozawa was unlikely to back former foreign minister Seiji Maehara, a security hawk who is popular with voters. Prime Minister Kan, under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down, Kyodo news agency reported, clearing the way for the DPJ to pick a new leader. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/KAN
RTR2QBZN
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows to lawmakers at a general meeting of his ruling Democratic Party...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows to lawmakers at a general meeting of his DPJ lawmakers in Tokyo...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows to lawmakers at a general meeting of his ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) lawmakers at the parliament building in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was up in the air on Friday after media said ruling party powerbroker Ichiro Ozawa was unlikely to back former foreign minister Seiji Maehara, a security hawk who is popular with voters. Prime Minister Kan, under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down, Kyodo news agency reported, clearing the way for the DPJ to pick a new leader. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/KAN
RTR2QBZM
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan (C) bows to lawmakers at a general meeting of his ruling Democratic...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows to lawmakers at a general meeting of his DPJ lawmakers in Tokyo...
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan (C) bows to lawmakers at a general meeting of his ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) lawmakers at the parliament building in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was up in the air on Friday after media said ruling party powerbroker Ichiro Ozawa was unlikely to back former foreign minister Seiji Maehara, a security hawk who is popular with voters. Prime Minister Kan, under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down, Kyodo news agency reported, clearing the way for the DPJ to pick a new leader. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/KAN
RTR2QBZL
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows at a general meeting of his ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ)...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows at a general meeting of his DPJ lawmakers in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows at a general meeting of his ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) lawmakers at the parliament building in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was up in the air on Friday after media said ruling party powerbroker Ichiro Ozawa was unlikely to back former foreign minister Seiji Maehara, a security hawk who is popular with voters. Prime Minister Kan, under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down, Kyodo news agency reported, clearing the way for the DPJ to pick a new leader. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/KAN
RTR2QBZK
August 26, 2011
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows at a general meeting of his ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ)...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows at a general meeting of his DPJ lawmakers in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan bows at a general meeting of his ruling Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) lawmakers at the parliament building in Tokyo August 26, 2011. The race to pick Japan's sixth leader in five years was up in the air on Friday after media said ruling party powerbroker Ichiro Ozawa was unlikely to back former foreign minister Seiji Maehara, a security hawk who is popular with voters. Prime Minister Kan, under fire for his response to the massive March tsunami and the radiation crisis it triggered, confirmed his intention to step down, Kyodo news agency reported, clearing the way for the DPJ to pick a new leader. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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