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JAPAN-NAKAGAWA/DEATH
RTXPA00
October 04, 2009
Police officers hold up a sheet to block the view as former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's...
Tokyo, Japan
Police officers hold up a sheet to block the view as former Japanese finance minister Nakagawa's body...
Police officers hold up a sheet to block the view as former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's body is carried into a vehicle from his house in Tokyo October 4, 2009. Nakagawa, 56, who was forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference in February, was found dead in his bedroom in his house, Tokyo police said on Sunday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS)
JAPAN NAKAGAWA/DEATH
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October 04, 2009
The body of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa is carried into a vehicle behind a sheet...
Tokyo, Japan
The body of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa is carried into a vehicle behind a sheet...
The body of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa is carried into a vehicle behind a sheet held by police officers in front of Nakagawa's house in Tokyo October 4, 2009. Nakagawa, who was forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference in February, was found dead in his bedroom in his house, Tokyo police said on Sunday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS OBITUARY)
JAPAN NAKAGAWA/DEATH
RTXP9ZG
October 04, 2009
A woman prays as former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's body is carried into a vehicle behind...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman prays as former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's body is carried into a vehicle in...
A woman prays as former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's body is carried into a vehicle behind a sheet held by police officers in front of Nakagawa's house in Tokyo October 4, 2009. Nakagawa, who was forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference in February, was found dead in his bedroom in his house, Tokyo police said on Sunday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS OBITUARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
JAPAN NAKAGAWA/DEATH
RTXP9YE
October 04, 2009
A forensic worker examines the veranda of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's house in...
Tokyo, Japan
A forensic worker examines the veranda of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's house in...
A forensic worker examines the veranda of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's house in Tokyo October 4, 2009. Nakagawa, who was forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference in February, was found dead in his bedroom in his house, Tokyo police said on Sunday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS)
JAPAN-NAKAGAWA/
RTXP9YB
October 04, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa is seen during a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee...
Tokyo, Japan
File photo of Japan's Finance Minister Nakagawa in Tokyo
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa is seen during a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo in this February 16, 2009 file photo. Nakagawa was found dead in a bed in his house in Tokyo, Japanese media reported on Sunday, citing Tokyo Metropolitan Police. Police said authorities were trying to confirm his death. No external injuries were found on his body, Kyodo News Agency reported. The 56-year-old, ex-lawmaker from the Liberal Democratic Party resigned as finance minister in February after being forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao/Files (ITALY BUSINESS POLITICS HEADSHOT OBITUARY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
JAPAN NAKAGAWA/DEATH
RTXP9XX
October 04, 2009
Police officers walk in front of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's house in Tokyo October...
Tokyo, Japan
Police officers walk in front of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's house in Tokyo
Police officers walk in front of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's house in Tokyo October 4, 2009. Nakagawa, who was forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference in February, was found dead in his bedroom in his house, Tokyo police said on Sunday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS)
JAPAN
RTXP9XI
October 04, 2009
A mortuary worker delivers flowers as he enters the house of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi...
Tokyo, Japan
A mortuary worker delivers flowers as he enters the house of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi...
A mortuary worker delivers flowers as he enters the house of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa's house in Tokyo October 4, 2009. Nakagawa, who was forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference in February, was found dead in his bedroom in his house, Tokyo police said on Sunday. The characters on the vehicle reads "metropolitan police department". REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS)
JAPAN NAKAGAWA/DEATH
RTXP9X6
October 04, 2009
A reporter reports in front of the house of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
A reporter reports in front of the house of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa in Tokyo...
A reporter reports in front of the house of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa in Tokyo October 4, 2009. Nakagawa, who was forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference in February, was found dead in his bedroom in his house, Tokyo police said on Sunday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS)
JAPAN NAKAGAWA/DEATH
RTXP9X0
October 04, 2009
The house of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa is cordoned off as a police officer stands...
Tokyo, Japan
The house of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa is cordoned off as a police officer stands...
The house of former Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa is cordoned off as a police officer stands guard, in Tokyo October 4, 2009. Nakagawa, who was forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference in February, was found dead in his bedroom in his house, Tokyo police said on Sunday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXCBQK
March 04, 2009
Japan's former finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa (top L), who resigned his post in February after being...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's former finance minister Nakagawa attends a plenary session of the lower house in Tokyo
Japan's former finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa (top L), who resigned his post in February after being forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference, attends a plenary session of the lower house in Tokyo March 4, 2009. It was unclear how much Aso's beleaguered administration and his ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) would benefit from the opposition scandal involving a mid-sized contracting firm, Nishimatsu Construction Co Ltd. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBQ48
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa answers questions from journalists after offering his resignation...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa answers questions from journalists after offering his resignation...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa answers questions from journalists after offering his resignation to Prime Minister Taro Aso at Aso's official residence in Tokyo on February 17, 2009. Nakagawa resigned on Tuesday after being forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference, dealing a fresh blow to unpopular Prime Minister Taro Aso in an election year. REUTERS/Toru Yamanaka/Pool (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBQ0I
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa coughs as he leaves a room after a news conference in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa coughs as he leaves a room after a news conference in Tokyo...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa coughs as he leaves a room after a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa resigned on Tuesday after being forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference, dealing a fresh blow to unpopular Prime Minister Taro Aso in an election year. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBQ0G
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (C) leaves a room after a news conference in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa leaves a room after a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (C) leaves a room after a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa resigned on Tuesday after being forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference, dealing a fresh blow to unpopular Prime Minister Taro Aso in an election year. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBQ0F
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a room after a news conference in Tokyo February 17,...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a room after a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a room after a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa resigned on Tuesday after being forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference, dealing a fresh blow to unpopular Prime Minister Taro Aso in an election year. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/RESIGNATION
RTXBPWL
February 17, 2009
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso leaves the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Aso and Finance Minister Nakagawa leave the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament...
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso leaves the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa, under pressure after he denied being drunk at a G7 news conference, brought forward a planned departure and said he had resigned on Tuesday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/RESIGNATION
RTXBPWF
February 17, 2009
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso attends the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Aso attends the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso attends the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa, under pressure after he denied being drunk at a G7 news conference, brought forward a planned departure and said he had resigned on Tuesday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/RESIGNATION
RTXBPVK
February 17, 2009
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso (R) and Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leave the Lower House Budget...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Aso and Finance Minister Nakagawa leave the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament...
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso (R) and Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leave the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa, under pressure after he denied being drunk at a G7 news conference, brought forward a planned departure and said he had resigned on Tuesday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPV1
February 17, 2009
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa looks at newspapers reporting on the announcement of his resignation...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Finance Minister Nakagawa looks at newspapers reporting on announcement of his resignation during...
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa looks at newspapers reporting on the announcement of his resignation during the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign after being forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference, dealing a fresh blow to unpopular Prime Minister Taro Aso in an election year. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/YOSANO
RTXBPUX
February 17, 2009
Japan's Economics Minister Kaoru Yosano (top) looks at Prime Minister Taro Aso (bottom), Finance Minister...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Economics Minister Yosano looks at other ministers at the Lower House Budget Committee at the...
Japan's Economics Minister Kaoru Yosano (top) looks at Prime Minister Taro Aso (bottom), Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (2nd bottom) and Minister In Charge of Administrative Reform Akira Amari during the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Aso is leaning towards appointing Yosano, a fiscal conservative, to replace Nakagawa, who said on Tuesday that he would resign, Japanese media reported. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/YOSANO
RTXBPUU
February 17, 2009
Japan's Economics Minister Kaoru Yosano attends the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Economics Minister Yosano attends the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo...
Japan's Economics Minister Kaoru Yosano attends the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso is leaning towards appointing Yosano, a fiscal conservative, to replace Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa, who said on Tuesday that he would resign, Japanese media reported. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPS2
February 17, 2009
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso and Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (top) attend the Lower House Budget...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Aso and Finance Minister Nakagawa attend the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament...
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso and Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (top) attend the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign after being forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference, dealing a fresh blow to unpopular Prime Minister Taro Aso in an election year. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/RESIGN
RTXBPS1
February 17, 2009
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (L) speaks with Prime Minister Taro Aso during the Lower House...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa speaks with Prime Minister Taro Aso during the Lower House Budget...
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (L) speaks with Prime Minister Taro Aso during the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPRZ
February 17, 2009
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso and Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (L) attend the Lower House Budget...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Aso and Finance Minister Nakagawa attend the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament...
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso and Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (L) attend the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign after being forced to deny he was drunk at a G7 news conference, dealing a fresh blow to unpopular Prime Minister Taro Aso in an election year. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/RESIGN
RTXBPRP
February 17, 2009
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso and Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (top) attend the Lower House Budget...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Aso and Finance Minister Nakagawa attend the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament...
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso and Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (top) attend the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPRN
February 17, 2009
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso (R) and Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa attend the Lower House Budget...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's PM Aso and Finance Minister Nakagawa attend the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament...
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso (R) and Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa attend the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPRL
February 17, 2009
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (L) speaks with Prime Minister Taro Aso during the Lower House...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa speaks with Prime Minister Taro Aso during the Lower House Budget...
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (L) speaks with Prime Minister Taro Aso during the Lower House Budget Committee at the parliament in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/RESIGN
RTXBPPE
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa attends a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa attends a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa attends a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPPD
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPPC
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign after coming under fire for his behaviour at a G7 news conference, dealing a fresh blow to unpopular Prime Minister Taro Aso. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPPB
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS
RTXBPPA
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks during a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009....
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks during a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPP9
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa listens to a question during a news conference in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa listens to a question during a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa listens to a question during a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPP8
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation in...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPP7
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks during a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009....
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks during a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPP4
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign after coming under fire for his behaviour at a G7 news conference, dealing a fresh blow to unpopular Prime Minister Taro Aso. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPP2
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPOY
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign after coming under fire for his behaviour at a G7 news conference, dealing a fresh blow to unpopular Prime Minister Taro Aso. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/
RTXBPOX
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign after coming under fire for his behaviour at a G7 news conference, dealing a fresh blow to unpopular Prime Minister Taro Aso. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/RESIGN
RTXBPOW
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa is escorted by his bodyguards at an elevator after a news...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa is escorted by his bodyguards at an elevator after a news...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa is escorted by his bodyguards at an elevator after a news conference to announce his resignation in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
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RTXBPOS
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa reacts at a news conference in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign after coming under fire for his behaviour at a G7 news conference, dealing a fresh blow to unpopular Prime Minister Taro Aso. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/RESIGN
RTXBPOQ
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/RESIGN
RTXBPOI
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resignation in Tokyo February 17, 2009. Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
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RTXBPOF
February 17, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resign...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resign...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa leaves a news conference room after announcing his resign in Tokyo February 17, 2009.Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa said on Tuesday he would resign, following criticism of his behaviour at a weekend G7 news conference in Rome. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
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RTXBPI9
February 16, 2009
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (C) speaks to reporters with Naoyuki Shinohara, vice finance...
Rome, Italy
Japan's Finance Minister Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa (C) speaks to reporters with Naoyuki Shinohara, vice finance minister for international affairs, and Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa (R) after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome February 14, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
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RTXBPI8
February 16, 2009
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks to reporters with Bank of Japan's Governor Masaaki Shirakawa...
Rome, Italy
Japan's Finance Minister Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks to reporters with Bank of Japan's Governor Masaaki Shirakawa (R) after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome February 14, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
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RTXBPI6
February 16, 2009
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting...
Rome, Italy
Japan's Finance Minister Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome February 14, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
JAPAN-POLITICS/NAKAGAWA
RTXBOZS
February 16, 2009
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso is pictured through reporters as he answers a question after meeting...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Prime Minister Aso answers a reporter's question at the official residence in Tokyo
Japan's Prime Minister Taro Aso is pictured through reporters as he answers a question after meeting with Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa at the premier's official residence in Tokyo February 16, 2009. Nakagawa denied on Monday that he had been drunk at a G7 news conference but the opposition demanded he be fired, piling pressure on unpopular Aso ahead of an election this year. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao(JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/NAKAGAWA
RTXBOXM
February 16, 2009
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa is surrounded by reporters after meeting with Prime Minister...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Finance Minister Nakagawa is surrounded by reporters after meeting with Prime Minister Aso in...
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa is surrounded by reporters after meeting with Prime Minister Taro Aso at the latter's official residence in Tokyo February 16, 2009. Nakagawa denied on Monday that he had been drunk at a G7 news conference but the opposition demanded he be fired, piling pressure on unpopular Aso ahead of an election this year. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao(JAPAN)
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RTXBORM
February 16, 2009
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting...
Rome, Italy
Japan's Finance Minister Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome February 14, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
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RTXBORL
February 16, 2009
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting...
Rome, Italy
Japan's Finance Minister Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome February 14, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
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RTXBORI
February 16, 2009
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting...
Rome, Italy
Japan's Finance Minister Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome February 14, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
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RTXBORH
February 16, 2009
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting...
Rome, Italy
Japan's Finance Minister Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome February 14, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
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RTXBORF
February 16, 2009
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting...
Rome, Italy
Japan's Finance Minister Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome
Japan's Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa speaks to reporters after the G7 finance ministers meeting in Rome February 14, 2009. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (ITALY)
JAPAN-POLITICS/NAKAGAWA
RTXBOQK
February 16, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa attends a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee at...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa attends a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee at the lower...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa attends a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo February 16, 2009. Nakagawa denied on Monday that he was drunk at a news conference in Rome and said his political fate was up to the prime minister after the opposition called for him to be fired. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN-POLITICS/NAKAGAWA
RTXBOQJ
February 16, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa attends a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee at...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa attends a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee at the lower...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa attends a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo February 16, 2009. Nakagawa denied on Monday that he was drunk at a news conference in Rome and said his political fate was up to the prime minister after the opposition called for him to be fired. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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February 16, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa attends a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee at...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa attends a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee at...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa attends a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo February 16, 2009. Nakagawa denied on Monday that he was drunk at a news conference in Rome and said his political fate was up to the prime minister after the opposition called for him to be fired. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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February 16, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa is seen during a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa is seen during a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa is seen during a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo February 16, 2009. Nakagawa denied on Monday that he was drunk at a news conference in Rome and said his political fate was up to the prime minister after the opposition called for him to be fired. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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February 16, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa attends a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee at...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Nakagawa attends a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee at the lower...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa attends a meeting of the fiscal and financial committee at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo February 16, 2009. Nakagawa denied on Monday that he was drunk at a news conference in Rome and said his political fate was up to the prime minister after the opposition called for him to be fired. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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February 16, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa drinks water during the fiscal and financial committee at...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi drinks water at a committee at the lower house in Tokyo
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa drinks water during the fiscal and financial committee at the lower house in parliament in Tokyo February 16, 2009. Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa denied on Monday that he was drunk at a news conference in Rome and said his political fate was up to the prime minister after the opposition called for him to be fired. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao(JAPAN)
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February 16, 2009
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa sits at the fiscal and financial committee at the lower house...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa sits at a committee at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo...
Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa sits at the fiscal and financial committee at the lower house of parliament in Tokyo February 16, 2009. Japanese Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa denied on Monday that he was drunk at a news conference in Rome and said his political fate was up to the prime minister after the opposition called for him to be fired. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
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