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Former Japanese prime ministers Morihiro Hosokawa (L) and Junichiro Koizumi (R) speak to reporters after they met in Tokyo on January 14, 2013 as Hosokawa will run Tokyo gubernatorial election. Japan's two former prime ministers met Tuesday to cement their solidarity in pushing one of them as a candidate for the governor of Tokyo with a vow to end nuclear power generation. - AFP
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