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  •  - Retired General Hillier speaks to a member of the Canadian navy during a signing for his book in Halifax

    Retired General Hillier speaks to a member of the Canadian navy during a signing for his book in Halifax

    Posted: 2/11/2010 5:23:11 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING TIME OF RETIREMENT Retired General Rick Hillier (L) speaks to a member of the Canadian navy during a signing for his book, "A Soldier First, Bullets, Bureaucrats and the Politics of War", at the Windsor Park CANEX in Halifax, Nova Scotia, February 11, 2010. General Hillier had retired after serving as Chief of the Defence Staff in July 2008. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: MILITARY MEDIA)
  •  - Retired General Hillier speaks to a member of the Canadian navy during a signing for his book in Halifax

    Retired General Hillier speaks to a member of the Canadian navy during a signing for his book in Halifax

    Posted: 2/11/2010 3:42:19 PM EST
    Retired General Rick Hillier (L) speaks to a member of the Canadian navy during a signing for his book, "A Soldier First, Bullets, Bureaucrats and the Politics of War", at the Windsor Park CANEX in Halifax, Nova Scotia, February 11, 2010. General Hillier had retired after serving as Chief of the Defence Staff last July. REUTERS/Paul Darrow (CANADA - Tags: MILITARY MEDIA)
  •  - Japan's PM Hatoyama inspects debate between government appointed panels and bureaucrats in Tokyo

    Japan's PM Hatoyama inspects debate between government appointed panels and bureaucrats in Tokyo

    Posted: 11/24/2009 2:32:14 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama inspects a debate between government appointed panels and bureaucrats over spending cuts at makeshift offices in a gym in Tokyo November 24, 2009. A former aide to Hatoyama may be charged with falsifying political funding records, the Asahi newspaper said on Tuesday, a development that could damage support for the government ahead of a key election. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS)
  •  - Japan's Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama inspects a debate between government appointed panels and bureaucrats over spending cuts at a makeshift offices in a gym in Tokyo

    Japan's Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama inspects a debate between government appointed panels and bureaucrats over spending cuts at a makeshift offices in a gym in Tokyo

    Posted: 11/24/2009 2:10:37 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama inspects a debate between government appointed panels and bureaucrats over spending cuts at a makeshift offices in a gym in Tokyo November 24, 2009. A former aide to Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama may be charged with falsifying political funding records, the Asahi newspaper said on Tuesday, a development that could damage support for the government ahead of a key election. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS)
  •  - Japan's PM Hatoyama inspects a debate between government appointed panels and bureaucrats over spending cuts at a makeshift office in a gym in Tokyo

    Japan's PM Hatoyama inspects a debate between government appointed panels and bureaucrats over spending cuts at a makeshift office in a gym in Tokyo

    Posted: 11/24/2009 2:07:13 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama inspects a debate between government appointed panels and bureaucrats over spending cuts at a makeshift offices in a gym in Tokyo November 24, 2009. A former aide to Hatoyama may be charged with falsifying political funding records, the Asahi newspaper said on Tuesday, a development that could damage support for the government ahead of a key election. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS HEADSHOT)
  •  - Japan's Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama walks past a white board during a inspection tour in Tokyo

    Japan's Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama walks past a white board during a inspection tour in Tokyo

    Posted: 11/24/2009 2:00:50 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama walks past a white board showing the showing the results of debate between government appointed panels between bureaucrats over spending cuts during a inspection tour at a makeshift offices in a gym in Tokyo November 24, 2009. The names of projects and words such as "budget cut" and "cancelled" are written on the board. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN POLITICS)
  •  - Democratic Party leader Hatoyama arrives at a room to speak to reporters at the party headquarters in Tokyo

    Democratic Party leader Hatoyama arrives at a room to speak to reporters at the party headquarters in Tokyo

    Posted: 9/1/2009 6:08:25 AM EST
    Democratic Party leader Yukio Hatoyama arrives at a room to speak to reporters at the party headquarters in Tokyo September 1, 2009. Japan's Democratic Party, fresh from a landslide election victory, met the central bank governor and senior finance ministry bureaucrats on Tuesday as the transition to a new government stepped up a gear. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN POLITICS ELECTIONS)
  •  - Democratic Party leader Hatoyama speaks to reporters at the party headquarters in Tokyo

    Democratic Party leader Hatoyama speaks to reporters at the party headquarters in Tokyo

    Posted: 9/1/2009 6:05:01 AM EST
    Democratic Party leader Yukio Hatoyama speaks to reporters at the party headquarters in Tokyo September 1, 2009. Japan's Democratic Party, fresh from a landslide election victory, met the central bank governor and senior finance ministry bureaucrats on Tuesday as the transition to a new government stepped up a gear. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN POLITICS ELECTIONS)
  •  - Democratic Party leader Hatoyama walks past his poster after speaking to reporters at the party headquarters in Tokyo

    Democratic Party leader Hatoyama walks past his poster after speaking to reporters at the party headquarters in Tokyo

    Posted: 9/1/2009 6:04:12 AM EST
    Democratic Party leader Yukio Hatoyama walks past his poster after speaking to reporters at the party headquarters in Tokyo September 1, 2009. Japan's Democratic Party, fresh from a landslide election victory, met the central bank governor and senior finance ministry bureaucrats on Tuesday as the transition to a new government stepped up a gear. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN POLITICS ELECTIONS)
  •  - To match feature CHINA-RURAL

    To match feature CHINA-RURAL

    Posted: 3/26/2006 8:46:53 PM EST
    A Chinese farmer smokes a cigarette during a market fair on the rural outskirts of Jinzhong, in China's Shanxi province, March 23, 2006. China's rural bureaucrats have often been cast as corrupt and uncaring villains as discontent flared across the countryside but a rare new expose by a local official offers a harshly candid defence of their ways. Picture taken March 23, 2006. To match feature CHINA-RURAL. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause