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Photos: John Key and Shinzo Abe - Game On English launch

Photos: John Key and Shinzo Abe - Game On English launch

Photos of Prime Minister John Key and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe from this morning’s Game On English launch at Villa Maria Winery.


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All Black Conrad Smith, PM Abe, PM Key, and Huriana Manuel, captain of the New Zealand women’s sevens team and Black Ferns player


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Mrs Bronagh Key, Mrs Akie Abe, PM Abe, PM Key, coach Tatsuya Isotani, Huriana Manuel and the Iwami Chisuikan Rugby Sevens team


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PM Abe and PM Key with some members of the Iwami Chisuikan Rugby Sevens team who are Japanese national champions


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Mrs Abe, Huriana Manuel and Mrs Key with the team

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