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JAPAN
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August 03, 2005
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi (R) welcomes Nauruan President Ludwig Scotty (L) before their...
Tokyo, United Kingdom
Japanese PM Koizumi welcomes Nauruan President Scotty in Tokyo.
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi (R) welcomes Nauruan President Ludwig Scotty (L) before their meeting at Koizumi's official residence in Tokyo, August 3, 2005. Scotty is in Japan on a four-day visit. REUTERS/Toshifumi Kitamura/Pool PN
JAPAN
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August 03, 2005
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi (R) welcomes Nauruan President Ludwig Scotty (L) before their...
Tokyo, United Kingdom
Japanese PM Koizumi welcomes Nauruan President Scotty in Tokyo.
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi (R) welcomes Nauruan President Ludwig Scotty (L) before their meeting at Koizumi's official residence in Tokyo, August 3, 2005. Scotty is in Japan on a four-day visit. REUTERS/Toshifumi Kitamura/Pool kit/PN
AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
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September 13, 2001
Nauru discus champion Gerrard Jones prepares to throw a bike tyre during a
training session in Nauru...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
NAURU DISCUS CHAMPION JONES PRACTISES BY THROWING BIKE TYRES IN
NAURU.
Nauru discus champion Gerrard Jones prepares to throw a bike tyre during a
training session in Nauru September 13, 2001. Nauru, the world's smallest
republic, will host on behalf of Australia more than 500 asylum seekers that
have been captured off Australian waters while their refugee status is
determined. REUTERS BOOKS The Art of Sport REUTERS/Mark Baker

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AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
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September 13, 2001
Children leap for the ball as they practise their brand of Australian
Football or "Aussie Rules" in...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
CHILDREN PLAY AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL IN NAURU.
Children leap for the ball as they practise their brand of Australian
Football or "Aussie Rules" in Nauru September 13, 2001. Nauru, the
world's smallest republic, will host on behalf of Australia more than
500 asylum seekers that have been captured off Australian waters while
their refugee status is determined, at an estimated cost close to A$20
million (US$11 million). REUTERS/Mark Baker

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AUSTRALIA IMMIGRANTS
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September 10, 2001
Two-year-old Joe Young, the son of an on-site construction worker,
stands on a bed in one of 17 buildings...
Nauru, Republic of Nauru
YOUNG BOY IN ANAOE VILLAGE, HOME TO ASYLUM SEEKERS IN NAURU.
Two-year-old Joe Young, the son of an on-site construction worker,
stands on a bed in one of 17 buildings that contain two three-bedroom
apartments in the Nauru Anaoe Village September 10, 2001. The village
will house some of the more than 400 asylum seekers in the world's
smallest republic of Nauru. Australian Defence Minister Peter Reith
signed a Statement in Principal agreement with the republic's President
Renee Harris on Monday for the tiny South Pacific island to host the
asylum seekers while their refugee status is determined, at a cost
expected at close A$20 million (US$11 million). REUTERS/Mark Baker

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