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Japan Today - News - 5,800 police officers put on alert in Kyoto before Japan-U.S. summit - Japan's Leading International News Network

Japan Today - News - 5,800 police officers put on alert in Kyoto before Japan-U.S. summit - Japan's Leading International News Network5,800 police officers put on alert in Kyoto before Japan-U.S. summit

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Sunday, November 13, 2005 at 04:00 JST
TOKYO — Some 5,800 police officers have been put on alert throughout Kyoto, where Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi and U.S. President George W Bush are to hold a summit Wednesday, the Kyoto prefectural police said Saturday.

Bush is to pay a two-day visit from Tuesday to the ancient capital. The prefectural police have gathered together 2,800 police officers from 41 of Japan's 47 prefectures. The prefectural police will make Kyoto's imperial palace garden, in which the guest house is located, off-limits to citizens and tourists, starting Monday.

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