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February 16, 2005 
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro speaks on an Internet live broadcasting programme from his official... 
Kyoto, Japan 
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro speaks on an Internet live broadcasting programme from his official... 
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro speaks on an Internet live broadcasting programme from his official residence in Tokyo. Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro speaks on an Internet live broadcasting programme from his official residence in Tokyo during the commemorative ceremony to mark the entry into force of the Kyoto Protocol in Kyoto, western Japan February 16, 2005. After years of delays, a world plan to fight global warming has gone into force, feted by its backers as a lifeline for the planet but rejected as an economic straitjacket by the United States and Australia. The 141-nation Kyoto Protocol formally took effect on Wednesday and a ceremony in the ancient Japanese city of Kyoto, where the pact was signed in 1997, is set for later in the day. Japanese Environment Minister Yuriko Koike (L), Kenyan 2004 Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai (2nd L) and Argentine Environment and Health Minister Gines Gonzalez Garcia (C) are seen on the podium. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama 
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