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Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (4th L) and US ambassador to Japan John Roos (3rd L) exchange smiles with Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihiko Suga (3rd R), Japan's Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida (2nd R), Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera (R), US Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asia and Pacific Secretary Affairs Mark Lippert (2nd R) and Major General Andrew O'Donnell, the US Forces Japan deputy commander, at their joint announcement on a US-Japan agreement on the return of some of the US bases in Okinawa, at Abe's official residence in Tokyo April 5, 2013. Japan and the United States agreed on a plan that will see some land occupied by the US military returned to the islands in a bid to break the deadlock in a long-stalled deal. AFP PHOTO / POOL / Issei KATO (Photo credit should read ISSEI KATO/AFP/Getty Images)
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Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (4th L) and US ambassador to Japan John Roos (3rd L) exchange smiles with Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihiko Suga (3rd R), Japan's Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida (2nd R), Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera (R), US Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asia and Pacific Secretary Affairs Mark Lippert (2nd R) and Major General Andrew O'Donnell, the US Forces Japan deputy commander, at their joint announcement on a US-Japan agreement on the return of some of the US bases in Okinawa, at Abe's official residence in Tokyo April 5, 2013. Japan and the United States agreed on a plan that will see some land occupied by the US military returned to the islands in a bid to break the deadlock in a long-stalled deal. AFP PHOTO / POOL / Issei KATO (Photo credit should read ISSEI KATO/AFP/Getty Images)
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