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Date:  1999-03-12
Title:  Obuchi 19th longest serving premier in Japan
Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi, set to hold the premiership for the 19th longest period in Japan's postwar era, talks to members of the Cabinet Press Club at his official residence March 11. His term of office reaches 226 days March 12, equaling the span of Kijuro Shidehara, who served from October 1945 to May 1946.    


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Date:  1999-04-30
Title:  Obuchi addresses local groups at reception in L.A.
Japanese Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi speaks at a dinner reception hosted by six local groups including, the Japan-America Society, at a hotel in Los Angeles on April 29. In the speech, Obuchi said Japan and the United States must cooperate closely, as if they are in a ''three-legged race,'' to bring peace and prosperity to the Asia-Pacific region. The visit to Los Angeles was Obuchi's first stop on his weeklong tour of the United States.    


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Date:  1998-12-22
Title:  Obuchi appreciates SDF's relief mission in Honduras
Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi (R) appreciates Dec. 21 for a medical and epidemic-prevention mission by Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force personnel to help the country recover from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Mitch. A 80-member group, headed by Yutaka Takahashi (2nd from R), returned Japan Dec. 5 after the 2-week mission.==Kyodo    


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Date:  1999-01-14
Title:  Obuchi back from 3-nation Europe trip
Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi alights from a plane on returning home Jan. 13 after an eight-day trip to France, Italy and Germany. Standing behind is his wife, Chizuko.==Kyodo    


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Date:  1999-01-07
Title:  Obuchi en route for France, Italy, Germany
Japanese Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi shows his euro-denominated traveler's check to reporters on the plane for Paris on Jan. 6, the first day of his eight-day trip to France, Italy and Germany.    


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Date:  1999-03-16
Title:  Obuchi greets Yemeni President
Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh (L) and Japanese Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi shake hands prior to their meeting at the latter's official residence March 15. Obuchi told Saleh Japan will help Yemen proceed with economic reforms and eliminate land mines.==Kyodo    


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Date:  1999-04-22
Title:  Obuchi holds a pizza on Time magazine cover, Kan mocks
Japanese Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi is shown holding a pizza on the cover of Time magazine's recent edition. The cover says, ''Once dismissed as 'cold pizza,' Japan's unlikely leader proves he can deliver.'' Naoto Kan, leader of the major opposition Democratic Party of Japan, said, ''At a glance, someone resembling Obuchi was used as a cover figure. Who believes a real premier showed up (with pizza)?''    


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Date:  1999-03-29
Title:  Obuchi inaugurates panel on competitiveness
Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi (3rd from L) inaugurates the Competitiveness Commission, a new advisory panel in charge of looking into ways to boost the nation's industrial competitiveness, at his official residence March 29.==Kyodo    


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Date:  1999-03-20
Title:  Obuchi invites S. Korean premier to visit Japan
Japanese Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi (L) speaks at a banquet hosted by South Korean Prime Minister Kim Jong Pil (R) in a Seoul hotel on March 19. Obuchi invited Kim to visit Japan by the end of the year.==Kyodo    


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Date:  1999-01-07
Title:  Obuchi leaves for 3-nation European trip
Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi and his wife Chizuko wave at Haneda Airport on the afternoon of Jan. 6 before leaving for an eight-day trip to France, Italy and Germany. Obuchi will meet with President Jacques Chirac and Prime Minister Lionel Jospin in France, President Oscar Luigi Scalfaro and Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema in Italy, and President Roman Herzog, Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder and Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer in Germany. Obuchi will return home Jan. 13.    


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Date:  1999-02-08
Title:  Obuchi leaves for Amman
Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi walks to a government aircraft to head for Amman from Haneda airport in Tokyo on early Feb. 8 morning to attend the funeral of Jordan's King Hussein, who died the previous day. Obuchi told reporters, ''I want to praise afresh his great contribution to international peace and express my deep condolences.''    


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Date:  1999-03-19
Title:  Obuchi leaves for S. Korea
Japanese Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi, accompanied by his wife Chizuko, leaves for Seoul on March 19 on a three-day official visit to South Korea aimed at coordinating policy on North Korea with President Kim Dae Jung.    


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Date:  1999-04-30
Title:  Obuchi makes nostalgic tour of Queen Mary
Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi (L), together with his wife Chizuko (C) and his second eldest daughter Yuko (R), makes a nostalgic visit April 29 to the Queen Mary, the luxury ocean liner that brought him to the United States when he first visited the country as a graduate student in 1963. Obuchi made the visit to the liner, now permanently berthed in Long Beach, California, after arriving in Los Angeles earlier in the day on the first stopover in his weeklong tour of the U.S.    


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Date:  1999-03-30
Title:  Obuchi meets Khai
Japanese Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi (R) meets Vietnamese Prime Minister Phan Vai Khai at his official residence in Tokyo on March 29. Khai arrived in Tokyo on March 28 on a three-day official visit.==Kyodo    


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Date:  1999-04-08
Title:  Obuchi meets Palestinian leader Arafat
Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi (L) shakes hands with visiting Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat on April 8 prior to their meeting at Obuchi's official residence in Tokyo. Arafat arrived in Japan on April 7 for a two-day visit.    

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