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Japan's incoming Prime Minister and leader of Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) Shinzo Abe (C) poses with his party's new executives: Seiko Noda (L), Masahiko Komura (2nd L), Shigeru Ishiba (2nd R) and Sanae Takaichi (R) at the LDP headquarters in Tokyo on December 25, 2012.  Abe will return as the country's new prime minister and form his cabinet on December 26.     AFP / Yoshikazu TSUNO

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