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TABLETENNIS/JAPAN
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May 02, 2014
Portugal's Marcos Freitas hits a return to Japan's Koki Niwa during their men's quater final match at...
Tokyo, Japan
Portugal's Freitas hits a return to Japan's Niwa during their men's quater final match at the World Team...
Portugal's Marcos Freitas hits a return to Japan's Koki Niwa during their men's quater final match at the World Team Table Tennis Championships in Tokyo May 2, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SPORT TABLE TENNIS)
TABLETENNIS/JAPAN
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May 02, 2014
Japan's Koki Niwa eyes the ball as he serves to Portugal's Marcos Freitas during their men's quarter...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Niwa eyes the ball as he serves to Portugal's Freitas during their men's quarter final match...
Japan's Koki Niwa eyes the ball as he serves to Portugal's Marcos Freitas during their men's quarter final match at the World Team Table Tennis Championships in Tokyo May 2, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SPORT TABLE TENNIS)
TABLE-TENNIS/JAPAN
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April 30, 2014
Japan's Koki Niwa eyes the ball as he serves to Portugal's Marcos Freitas during the World Team Table...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Niwa eyes the ball as he serves to Portugal's Freitas during the World Team Table Tennis Championships...
Japan's Koki Niwa eyes the ball as he serves to Portugal's Marcos Freitas during the World Team Table Tennis Championships in Tokyo April 30, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SPORT TABLE TENNIS)
TABLE-TENNIS/JAPAN
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April 30, 2014
Japan's Koki Niwa hits a return to France's Tristan Flore during the World Team Table Tennis Championships...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Niwa hits a return to France's Flore during the World Team Table Tennis Championships in Tokyo...
Japan's Koki Niwa hits a return to France's Tristan Flore during the World Team Table Tennis Championships in Tokyo April 30, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SPORT TABLE TENNIS)
TABLETENNIS/JAPAN
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April 29, 2014
Japan's Koki Niwa hits a return to Romania's Ovidiu Ionescu during the World Team Table Tennis Championships...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Niwa hits a return to Romania's Ionescu during the World Team Table Tennis Championships in Tokyo...
Japan's Koki Niwa hits a return to Romania's Ovidiu Ionescu during the World Team Table Tennis Championships in Tokyo April 29, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: SPORT TABLE TENNIS)
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)
JAPAN POLITIC AUDITS
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February 25, 2000
JAPAN'S FINANCIAL REVITALISATION COMMITTEE HEAD OCHI LISTENS TO OPPOSITION PARTY MEMBER AT PARLIAMENT...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPAN'S FINANCIAL REVITALISATION COMMITTEE HEAD OCHI LISTENS TO OPPOSITION PARTY MEMBER AT PARLIAMENT...
JAPAN'S FINANCIAL REVITALISATION COMMITTEE HEAD OCHI LISTENS TO OPPOSITION PARTY MEMBER AT PARLIAMENT IN TOKYO.


Michio Ochi, a cabinet member who heads the Financial Revitalisation Commission, listens to questions from an opposition party member at the Lower House budget committee in parliament in Tokyo February 25. The Japan's top banking regulator was under pressure to resign for hinting he might intervene to make bank audits more lenient, sparking a political fuss that could stall the budget and raise fresh doubts about Japan's commitment to vital reforms. Behind him is Health and Welfare Minister Yuya Niwa.
JAPAN
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October 05, 1999
Japan's Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi (C front) smiles with new Foreign Minister Yohei Kono (L front) as...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi (C front) smiles with new Foreign Minister Yohei Kono (L front) .....
Japan's Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi (C front) smiles with new Foreign Minister Yohei Kono (L front) as he appears for a photo session with his new cabinet members at the premier's official residence in Tokyo October 5. Obuchi kept old ministers in key posts on economy. Front L-R;Foreign Minister Kono, Prime Minister Obuchi and re-appointed Finance Minister Kiichi Miyazawa. Second line L-R;Agriculture and Fishery Minister Tokuichiro Tamazawa, International Trade and Industry Minister Takashi Fukaya and re-appointed Economic Planning Agency chief Taichi Sakaiya. Third line L-R;Education Minister and Science and Technology Agency chief Hirofumi Nakasone, Trasport Minister Toshihiro Nikai, Health and Welfare Minister Yuya Niwa and Defence Minister Tsutomu Kawara. ??»
JAPAN
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October 05, 1999
Japan's Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi (C front) smiles with new Foreign Minister Yohei Kono (L front) as...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE PM OBUCHI HEADS TO IMPERIAL PALACE FOR ATTESTATION CEREMONY AFTER RESHUFFLED HIS CABINET.
Japan's Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi (C front) smiles with new Foreign Minister Yohei Kono (L front) as he appears for a photo session with his new cabinet members at the premier's official residence in Tokyo October 5. Obuchi kept old ministers in key posts on economy. Front L-R;Foreign Minister Kono, Prime Minister Obuchi and re-appointed Finance Minister Kiichi Miyazawa. Second line L-R;Agriculture and Fishery Minister Tokuichiro Tamazawa, International Trade and Industry Minister Takashi Fukaya and re-appointed Economic Planning Agency chief Taichi Sakaiya. Third line L-R;Education Minister and Science and Technology Agency chief Hirofumi Nakasone, Trasport Minister Toshihiro Nikai, Health and Welfare Minister Yuya Niwa and Defence Minister Tsutomu Kawara.

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