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Gangster Daughter Sheds Light on Underworld in Japan - 3 Sep 2007
Gangster Daughter Sheds Light on Underworld in Japan - 3 Sep 2007
JAPAN-GANGSTERS
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September 03, 2007
Shoko Tendo author of "Yakuza Moon" poses after an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007. Tendo,...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature: JAPAN-GANGSTERS
Shoko Tendo author of "Yakuza Moon" poses after an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007. Tendo, 39, the author of "Yakuza Moon", a best-selling memoir just out in English, says that police efforts to eradicate the gansters have merely made them harder to track. To match feature: JAPAN-GANGSTERS. Picture taken on August 28, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN-GANGSTERS
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September 03, 2007
Shoko Tendo author of "Yakuza Moon" poses after an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007. Tendo,...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature: JAPAN-GANGSTERS
Shoko Tendo author of "Yakuza Moon" poses after an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007. Tendo, 39, the author of "Yakuza Moon", a best-selling memoir just out in English, says that police efforts to eradicate the gansters have merely made them harder to track. To match feature: JAPAN-GANGSTERS. Picture taken on August 28, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN-GANGSTERS
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September 03, 2007
Shoko Tendo author of "Yakuza Moon" poses after an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007. Tendo,...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature: JAPAN-GANGSTERS
Shoko Tendo author of "Yakuza Moon" poses after an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007. Tendo, 39, the author of "Yakuza Moon", a best-selling memoir just out in English, says that police efforts to eradicate the gansters have merely made them harder to track. To match feature: JAPAN-GANGSTERS. Picture taken on August 28, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN-GANGSTERS
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September 03, 2007
Shoko Tendo author of "Yakuza Moon" poses after an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007. Tendo,...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature: JAPAN-GANGSTERS
Shoko Tendo author of "Yakuza Moon" poses after an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007. Tendo, 39, the author of "Yakuza Moon", a best-selling memoir just out in English, says that police efforts to eradicate the gansters have merely made them harder to track. To match feature: JAPAN-GANGSTERS. Picture taken on August 28, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN-GANGSTERS
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September 03, 2007
Shoko Tendo author of "Yakuza Moon" poses after an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007. Tendo,...
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature: JAPAN-GANGSTERS
Shoko Tendo author of "Yakuza Moon" poses after an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007. Tendo, 39, the author of "Yakuza Moon", a best-selling memoir just out in English, says that police efforts to eradicate the gansters have merely made them harder to track. To match feature: JAPAN-GANGSTERS. Picture taken on August 28, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN-GANGSTERS
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September 03, 2007
Shoko Tendo author of "Yakuza Moon" speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007....
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature: JAPAN-GANGSTERS
Shoko Tendo author of "Yakuza Moon" speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007. Tendo, 39, the author of "Yakuza Moon", a best-selling memoir just out in English, says that police efforts to eradicate the gansters have merely made them harder to track. To match feature: JAPAN-GANGSTERS. Picture taken on August 28, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN-GANGSTERS
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September 03, 2007
Shoko Tendo author of "Yakuza Moon" speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007....
Tokyo, Japan
To match feature: JAPAN-GANGSTERS
Shoko Tendo author of "Yakuza Moon" speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007. Tendo, 39, the author of "Yakuza Moon", a best-selling memoir just out in English, says that police efforts to eradicate the gansters have merely made them harder to track. To match feature: JAPAN-GANGSTERS. Picture taken on August 28, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
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