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JAPAN-ELECTION
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July 29, 2007
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (2nd L) puts a rose on the name of a candidate who is expected to...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Hidenao Nakagawa put a rose on the name of a candidate in Tokyo...
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (2nd L) puts a rose on the name of a candidate who is expected to be elected in the upper house election, with Hidenao Nakagawa (L), Secretary General of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, while his party's senior members Nobuteru Ishihara (R) and Shouichi Nakagawa clap their hands during a live television appearance at his Liberal Democratic Party headquarters in Tokyo July 29, 2007, after an upper house election. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN-ELECTION
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July 29, 2007
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (L) and Hidenao Nakagawa, Secretary General of the ruling Liberal...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Hidenao Nakagawa watch the progress in the counting of ballots...
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (L) and Hidenao Nakagawa, Secretary General of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, watch the progress in the counting of ballots during a live television appearance at his Liberal Democratic Party headquarters in Tokyo July 29, 2007, after an upper house election. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/LDP
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July 04, 2007
Hidenao Nakagawa, Secretary General of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), speaks during an interview...
Tokyo, Japan
Hidenao Nakagawa, Secretary General of the ruling LDP speaks during an interview with Reuters at the...
Hidenao Nakagawa, Secretary General of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), speaks during an interview with Reuters at the party's headquarters in Tokyo July 4, 2007. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/LDP
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July 04, 2007
Hidenao Nakagawa, Secretary General of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), speaks during an interview...
Tokyo, Japan
Hidenao Nakagawa, Secretary General of the ruling LDP speaks during an interview with Reuters at the...
Hidenao Nakagawa, Secretary General of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), speaks during an interview with Reuters at the party's headquarters in Tokyo July 4, 2007. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/LDP
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July 04, 2007
Hidenao Nakagawa, Secretary General of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), speaks during an interview...
Tokyo, Japan
Hidenao Nakagawa, Secretary General of the ruling LDP speaks during an interview with Reuters at the...
Hidenao Nakagawa, Secretary General of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), speaks during an interview with Reuters at the party's headquarters in Tokyo July 4, 2007. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
JAPAN-LDP/
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March 13, 2007
Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party Secretary General Hidenao Nakagawa leaves at an interview with...
Tokyo, Japan
Nakagawa leaves at an interview with Reuters in Tokyo
Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party Secretary General Hidenao Nakagawa leaves at an interview with Reuters in front of pictures of successive party leaders and prime ministers at the party's headquarters in Tokyo March 13, 2007. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN-LDP/
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March 13, 2007
Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party Secretary General Hidenao Nakagawa speaks during an interview...
Tokyo, Japan
Nakagawa speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo
Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party Secretary General Hidenao Nakagawa speaks during an interview with Reuters at the party's headquarters in Tokyo March 13, 2007. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN-LDP/
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March 13, 2007
Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party Secretary General Hidenao Nakagawa speaks during an interview...
Tokyo, Japan
Nakagawa speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo
Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party Secretary General Hidenao Nakagawa speaks during an interview with Reuters at the party's headquarters in Tokyo March 13, 2007. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN POLITICS
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September 26, 2006
Newly elected Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (2nd R) shakes hands with New Komeito party leader Takenori...
Tokyo, Japan
Newly elected Japanese PM Abe shakes hands with New Komeito party leader Kanzaki in Tokyo
Newly elected Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (2nd R) shakes hands with New Komeito party leader Takenori Kanzaki (2nd L) next to Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) Secretary General Hidenao Nakagawa (R) and acting Secretary General of New Komeito Akihiro Ota (L) at the prime minister's official residence in Tokyo September 26, 2006. REUTERS/Kazuhiro Nogi/Pool (JAPAN)
JAPAN POLITICS
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September 26, 2006
Japan's newly elected Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (L) leaves a room with his ruling Liberal Democratic...
Tokyo, Japan
Newly elected Japanese Prime Minister Abe leaves a room after meeting with main opposition Democratic...
Japan's newly elected Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (L) leaves a room with his ruling Liberal Democratic Party Secretary General Hidenao Nakagawa after a meeting with the main opposition Democratic Party executives in Tokyo September 26, 2006. Abe, a 52-year-old conservative advocate of tighter military ties with the United States, was elected prime minister on Tuesday, confirming him as the nation's first leader born after World War Two. Seen behind Abe and Nakagawa is a poster of Democratic Party head Ichiro Ozawa. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
JAPAN POLITICS
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September 25, 2006
Japan's prime minister-in-waiting Shinzo Abe claps as the newly appointed Secretary General Hidenao Nakagawa...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's prime minister-in-waiting Abe claps at a party executive meeting in Tokyo
Japan's prime minister-in-waiting Shinzo Abe claps as the newly appointed Secretary General Hidenao Nakagawa (front R) of his ruling Liberal Democratic Party bows at a party executive meeting in Tokyo September 25, 2006. General Council Chairman Yuya Niwa (back R) also attended the meeting. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN)
JAPAN POLITICS
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September 25, 2006
Japan's prime minister-in-waiting Shinzo Abe (R) smiles with newly appointed Secretary General Hidenao...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's prime minister-in-waiting Abe smiles with newly appointed LDP executives in Tokyo
Japan's prime minister-in-waiting Shinzo Abe (R) smiles with newly appointed Secretary General Hidenao Nakagawa (C) and General Council Chairman Yuya Niwa of his ruling Liberal Democratic Party at a party executive meeting in Tokyo September 25, 2006. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN)
MORI
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August 02, 2000
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori answers opposition party's questions at a parliamentary budget committee...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori answers opposition party's questions at a parliamentary budget .....
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori answers opposition party's questions at a parliamentary budget committee meeting in Tokyo August 2, 2000. [The embattled prime minister received more bad news on Wednesday when his Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa said he had received political funds that exceeded legal limits, in the second potential cabinet scandal in less than a week.]
NAKAGAWA
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August 02, 2000
Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa listens to a reporter's question at [Prime Minister...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa listens to a reporter's question at [Prime Minister.....
Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa listens to a reporter's question at [Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori's] official residence in a July 4, 2000 file photo. [The embattled prime minister received more bad news on Wednesday when Nakagawa said he had received political funds that exceeded legal limits, in the second potential cabinet scandal in less than a week ]
JAPAN POLITICS
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August 02, 2000
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori answers opposition party's questions at a parliamentary budget committee...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER MORI ANSWERS OPPOSITION PARTY'S QUESTIONS AT PARLIAMENT IN TOKYO.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori answers opposition party's questions at a parliamentary budget committee meeting in Tokyo August 2, 2000. The embattled prime minister received more bad news on Wednesday when his Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa said he had received political funds that exceeded legal limits, in the second potential cabinet scandal in less than a week.

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JAPAN POLITICS
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August 02, 2000
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori (foreground) listens to opposition Democratic Party policy chief...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER MORI LISTENS TO QUESTIONS AT PARLIAMENT IN TOKYO.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori (foreground) listens to opposition Democratic Party policy chief Naoto Kan's questioning at the Lower House budget committee in Tokyo August 2, 2000. The embattled prime minister received more bad news on Wednesday when his Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa said he had received political funds that exceeded legal limits, in the second potential cabinet scandal in less than a week. Behind Mori is Finance Minister Kiichi Miyazawa and Foreign Minister Yohei Kono (top).

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JAPAN POLITICS
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July 31, 2000
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori (R) whispers to Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa during...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER YOSHIRO MORI WHISPERS TO CHIEF CABINET SECRETARY AT PARLIAMENT IN TOKYO.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori (R) whispers to Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa during a plenary session of parliament in Tokyo July 31, 2000. Mori apologised in parliament on Monday for picking a scandal-tainted lawmaker for a top cabinet post in the face of furious demands from opposition members he takes the blame. Japan's top financial regulator, Kimitaka Kuze, resigned on Sunday over a scandal for accepting fees and benefits from a trust bank and a builder.

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KUZE
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July 28, 2000
Financial Reconstruction Commission (FRC) chief Kimitaka Kuze speaks at a news conference in Tokyo in...
Tokyo, Japan
Financial Reconstruction Commission (FRC) chief Kimitaka Kuze speaks at a news conference in Tokyo i.....
Financial Reconstruction Commission (FRC) chief Kimitaka Kuze speaks at a news conference in Tokyo in this July 4, 2000 file photo. Kuze, Japan's top financial regulator, resigned on Sunday amid a scandal over accepting fees and benefits, [Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa] told reporters.
JAPAN POLITICS
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July 04, 2000
Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa speaks at the Prime Minister Yoshio Mori's official residence...
Tokyo, Japan
FILE PHOTO OF JAPAN'S CHIEF CABINET SECRETARY NAKAGAWA WHO RESIGNED IN SCANDAL.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa speaks at the Prime Minister Yoshio Mori's official residence in this July 4, 2000 file photo. The senior Japanese cabinet minister resigned October 27 after coming under fire for allegations of scandal involving a mistress and right-wing extremists.

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JAPAN POLITICS
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July 04, 2000
Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa listens to a reporter's question at Prime Minister Yoshiro...
Tokyo, Japan
FILE PHOTO OF JAPAN'S CHIEF CABINET SECRETARY NAKAGAWA.
Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa listens to a reporter's question at Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori's official residence in a July 4, 2000 file photo.

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JAPAN POLITICS RESIGNATION
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July 04, 2000
Financial Reconstruction Commission (FRC) chief Kimitaka Kuze speaks at a news conference in Tokyo in...
Tokyo, Japan
FILE PHOTO SHOWS JAPAN'S TOP BANKING REGULATOR KUZE.
Financial Reconstruction Commission (FRC) chief Kimitaka Kuze speaks at a news conference in Tokyo in this July 4, 2000 file photo. Kuze, Japan's top financial regulator, resigned on Sunday amid a scandal over accepting fees and benefits, Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa told reporters.

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JAPAN POLITICS REGULATOR
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July 04, 2000
Financial Reconstruction Commission (FRC) chief Kimitaka Kuze speaks at a news conference in Tokyo in...
Tokyo, Japan
FILE PHOTO SHOWS JAPAN'S TOP BANKING REGULATOR KUZE.
Financial Reconstruction Commission (FRC) chief Kimitaka Kuze speaks at a news conference in Tokyo in this July 4, 2000 file photo. Kuze, Japan's top financial regulator, resigned on Sunday amid a scandal over accepting fees and benefits, Chief Cabinet Secretary Hidenao Nakagawa told reporters.

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