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Toyoma 14 March 2011 (AP)
Toyoma 14 March 2011 (AP)
Rikuzentakata 14 March 2011 (AP)
Rikuzentakata 14 March 2011 (AP)
Kamaishi 14 March 2011 (AP /Kyodo News)
Kamaishi 14 March 2011 (AP /Kyodo News)
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CISAR (AP /Xinhua)
CISAR (AP /Xinhua)
(AP /The Yomiuri Shimbun, Hiroto Sekiguchi)
(AP /The Yomiuri Shimbun, Hiroto Sekiguchi)
(Photo: AP)
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11

An earthquake, triggering a tsunami, hit Japan's northeastern coast inflicting huge casualties and catastrophic damage on 12 March 2011

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