Japan’s new PM faces early trouble after minister gaffes

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TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda’s new government ran into trouble after just a week in office with calls for one of his ministers to quit over gaffes on the sensitive topic of radiation from the tsunami-hit Fukushima plant. Trade Minister Yoshio Hachiro faced pressure to resign on Saturday after reports that he joked with a reporter about radiation from the tsunami-crippled…

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