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In pictures: new Japanese PM Yoshihiko Noda


15:57, August 30, 2011

Yoshihiko Noda greets his supporters after being elected the new prime minister of Japan in Tokyo, Japan, Aug, 30, 2011. Former finance minister Yoshihiko Noda was elected as Japan's new prime minister Tuesday following the majority of votes in elections held at the House of Representatives, which is more powerful in the Diet or parliament. Noda becomes Japan's sixth prime minister since 2006. (Xinhua/Ji Chunpeng)

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