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Tōkyō : Japan | Nov 02, 2009 at 1:22 PM PST
Source: Japan Today
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Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama told the Diet Monday his government will not extend the Maritime Self-Defense Force refueling mission in the Indian Ocean in support of U.S.-led antiterrorism operations after it comes to an end Jan 15.     His comments were made before the House of Representatives... FULL ARTICLE AT Japan Today
 
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