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JAPAN earthquake aftermath 2011 march-13

  1. 2. Japon: earthquake aftermath – 2011 march, 13 3 days after a massive earthquake that is now estimated to have registered a 9.0 magnitude, Japanese rescue crews are being joined by foreign aid teams in the search for survivors in the wreckage. Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan has called the disaster nation's worst crisis since World War II, as the incredible scope of the destruction becomes clear and fears mount of a possible nuclear meltdown at a failing power plant. It is still too early for exact numbers, but the estimated death toll may top 10,000 as thousands remain unaccounted for.. Japan raced to avert a nuclear meltdown today by flooding a nuclear reactor with seawater Gathered here are new images of the destruction and of the search for survivors Seismologists pose for the media as they display a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake in Japan, on a monitor at the British Geological Survey office in Edinburgh, Scotland March 11, 2011. The biggest earthquake on record to hit Japan struck the northeast coast on Friday, triggering a 10-metre tsunami that swept away everything in its path, including houses, ships, cars and farm buildings. (David Moir/Reuters
  2. 3. An energy map provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows the intensity of the tsunami in the Pacific Ocean caused by the magnitude 8.9 earthquake which struck Japan on March 11, 2011. Thousands of people fled their homes along the Pacific coast of North and South America on Friday as a tsunami triggered by Japan's massive earthquake reached the region but appeared to spare it from major damage. REUTERS/NOAA/Center for Tsunami Research/Handout
  3. 4. NASA - Images from NASA's Terra satellite show the coastline of Japan's Honshu island in the area around Sendai before and after Friday's earthquake. The left image is from Feb. 26, and the right image is from today. The images are color-coded to reflect surface composition rather than what the eye would see. The "Flood" label helps you gauge the extent of the flooding caused by the tsunami that followed the quake.
  4. 5. Natori, Japan, is shown on April 4, 2010, left, and after the earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011, right. GeoEye satellite image
  5. 6. A half-meter resolution satellite image of Sendai, Japan, at left, was taken by the GeoEye-1 satellite on Nov. 15, 2009. The one-meter resolution satellite image at right shows the same area Saturday, one day after an 8.9-magnitude earthquake struck the Oshika Peninsula. GeoEye satellite image
  6. 7. Jiji Press / AFP - Getty Images In a picture released by the Japanese Defense Agency on March 13, sixty-year-old survivor Hiromitsu Shinkawa, right, is shown as crew members of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) Aegis vessel Choukai sail to rescue him, about 9.3 miles (15 km) off Fukushima prefecture. The Maritime Self-Defense Force destroyer rescued Shinkawa after discovering him floating on a piece of roof in waters off Fukushima Prefecture two days after the disaster struck. The man, from the city of Minamisoma which has been virtually obliterated, was swept out along with his house after the massive tsunami tore into Japan's northeast following a 8.9-magnitude earthquake on Friday.
  7. 8. Yomiuri / Reuters - A woman looks at the damage caused by a tsunami and an earthquake in Ishimaki City, Miyagi Prefecture, after the magnitude 8.9 earthquake struck the area Mar. 13, 2011.
  8. 9. Itsuo Inouye / AP - Wrecked ships, houses and debris float in the sea in Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture, Sunday, Mar. 13 after Japan's biggest recorded earthquake hit its eastern coast Friday.
  9. 10. Kimimasa Mayama / EPA - Eiji Kanno (L) and his wife Matsuko (white coat) are grief-stricken as it is officially confirmed that their 18-year-old daughter Mizuki is dead inside the tsunami-destroyed car in Yamamoto, south of Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, northern Japan.
  10. 11. People use temporarily installed telephones in Ofunato, Japan, March 13.- Kyodo / Reuters
  11. 12. A victim of the disaster lies on the stairs of a destroyed house in Sendai, Japan, March 13 - David Guttenfelder / AP
  12. 13. An "SOS" signal is written on the sports field of a high school in Minami Sanriku, Japan, March 13. - Kyodo / Reuters
  13. 14. A survivor weeps as he looks at a board showing names of other survivors at a shelter in a village ruined by an 8.9 magnitude earthquake and tsunami in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture, northeast Japan Sunday. - Lee Jae-won / Reuters
  14. 15. Japanese Self Defense Forces row tsunami survivors to safety in the flooded town of Minami Sanriku, Miyagi prefecture Sunday. The Japan Meterological Agency on Sunday upgraded the magnitude of the devastating earthquake two days ago to nine from 8.8. The USGS figure is 8.9. - Str / EPA
  15. 16. People look for food amid empty shelves Sunday in a shop in Fukushima, Japan. An explosion a day earlier at earthquake-stricken Unit 1 reactor at Fukushima Daiishi plant triggered fears of a meltdown. The panic has caused shortages of food and fuel in many parts of eastern Japan. - Philippe Lopez / AFP - Getty Images
  16. 17. An earthquake and tsunami survivor weeps Sunday at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Japan - Lee Jae-won / Reuters
  17. 18. A resident is rescued from debris in Natori, Miyagi, northern Japan March 12 after one of the country's strongest earthquakes ever recorded hit its eastern coast March 11. (Asahi Shimbun, Noboru Tomura/Associated Press)
  18. 19. A fishing boat rests surrounded by debri in the city of Kamaishi in Iwate prefecture on March 12. (Yomiuri Shimbun/AFP/Getty Images)
  19. 20. Rescue workers search for victims from the rubble in Rikuzentakata, northern Japan, March 13 after the magnitude 8.9 earthquake and tsunami struck the area. (Toru Hana/Reuters)
  20. 21. People walk on a muddy road as they evacuate to a shelter in Natori city, Miyagi prefecture on March 12. (AFP/Getty Images
  21. 22. A survivor looks at a board showing names of other survivors at a shelter in a village ruined by an 8.9 magnitude earthquake and tsunami, in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture, northeast Japan March 13. (Lee Jae-Won/Reuters)
  22. 23. People build a raft on the roof of a building struck by a tsunami and earthquake at Sendai Airport in northeastern Japan March 12. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami. (Kyodo/Reuters)
  23. 24. Minamisanriku is submerged after Friday's strong earthquake-triggered tsunami in Miyagi prefecture, northern Japan, March 12. (Kyodo News)
  24. 25. A woman cries after learning that her mother was successfully rescued from a building following an earthquake and tsunami in Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan March 12. (Kyodo News/Reuters
  25. 26. An official in protective gear talks to a woman who is from the evacuation area near the Fukushima Daini nuclear plant in Koriyama March 13. Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano confirmed on Saturday there has been an explosion and radiation leakage at Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters
  26. 27. A helicopter flies past Japan's Fukushima Daiichi No.1 Nuclear reactor March 12. An explosion blew the roof off the unstable reactor north of Tokyo on Saturday, Japanese media said, raising fears of a disastrous meltdown at a nuclear plant damaged in the massive earthquake that hit Japan. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters
  27. 28. Officials in protective gear check for signs of radiation on children who are from the evacuation area near the Fukushima Daini nuclear plant in Koriyama. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)
  28. 29. Japanese soldiers make their way atop a wall to get around vehicles swept by a tsunami at Kesennnuma, northeastern Japan March 12. (Kyodo News/Associated Press)
  29. 30. A child is held by rescue workers after being rescued from a building at Kesennuma, northeastern Japan March 12. (Kyodo News/Associated Press)
  30. 31. Japanese soldiers carry on with rescue operations as they walk past a damaged building in the city of Rikuzentakada in Iwate prefecture on March 12. (Yomiuri Shimbun/AFP/Getty Images)
  31. 32. A man holding a dog walks on a street in Kesennuma city, Miyagi prefecture on March 12. (AFP/Getty Images)
  32. 33. A man who was trapped by a tsunami is rescued by a Japan Self-Defense Force soldier in Kesennuma City in Miyagi Prefecture in northeastern Japan March 12. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami. (Kyodo/Reuters)
  33. 34. Displaced vehicles are seen at Sendai Port in Sendai, northeastern Japan March 12. (Koji Sasahara/Associated Press
  34. 35. Cars of a train lie overturned in Shinchi March 12 after being washed away by an earthquake-triggered tsunami. The powerful tsunami created by one of the strongest earthquakes ever recorded swept away Japan's east coast. (Kyodo News/Associated Press)
  35. 36. A vessel sits after it was washed away by tsunami into urban area in Kesennuma, Miyagi, northern Japan March 12. (Kyodo News/Associated Press)
  36. 37. Burned-out cars are pictured at Hitachi Harbour, Ibaraki Prefecture in northeastern Japan March 12. (Kyodo/Reuters)
  37. 38. Cargo containers are strewn about in Sendai Japan March 12. Japan launched a massive military rescue operation Saturday after a giant, earthquake-fed tsunami killed hundreds of people and turned the northeastern coast into a swampy wasteland, while authorities braced for a possible meltdown at a nuclear reactor. (Itsuo Inouye/Asociated Press)
  38. 39. A man walks outside a two-story house, with its first floor structure destroyed by the tsunami in Natori March 12. (Kyodo News/Associated Press)
  39. 40. Vehicles and rubble cover a road in Kesennuma Japan March 12 after being washed away by an earthquake-triggered tsunami. (Miho Iketani/Associated Press/The Yomiuri Shimbum
  40. 41. Rescue workers carry a quake victim on a stretcher in Miyako March 12. (Kyodo News/Associated Press
  41. 42. Vessels washed away by the tsunami sit on land in Minami Soma, Fukushima, northern Japan March 12. (Kyodo News/Associated Press
  42. 43. Cracks are seen on the snow-covered ground in woodlands near the earthquake and tsunami-devastated town of Sendai March 12. (Jo Yong-Hak/Reuters)
  43. 44. Smoke rises from a burning factory in Sendai March 12. (Kyodo/Reuters)
  44. 45. Buildings are covered with mud in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture, March 12. (Naoki Ueda/The Yomiuri Shimbum/Associated Press)
  45. 46. Building foundations and mud are all that remain in a tsunami-devastated area in Sendai, northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. (REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak
  46. 47. Pictures left in a destroyed building in Natori City, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan March 12. (Kyodo/Reuters)
  47. 48. People evacuated from a nursing home located in the evacuation area around the Fukushima Daini nuclear plant, rest at a temporary shelter in Koriyama, March 13. Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano confirmed on Saturday there has been an explosion and radiation leakage at Tokyo Electric Power Co's (TEPCO) Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. (Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters
  48. 49. People evacuate to higher ground during a tsunami warning after the area was struck by an earthquake and tsunami in Iwate prefecture March 12. (Kyodo/Reuters)
  49. 50. A soldier carries an elderly woman on his back as people are evacuated to a shelter at Kesennuma city in Miyagi prefecture on March 12. (Jiji Press/AFP/Getty Images)
  50. 51. Evacuees hold blankets as they stand in a line to enter a temporary shelter after radiation leaked from an earthquake-damaged Fukushima nuclear reactor, in Koriyama, northeastern Japan March 12. (Jo Yong-Hak/Reuters
  51. 52. People who were isolated at an elementary school, head for a safe place in Sendai, northern Japan Saturday, March 12. (Asahi Shimbun, Shiro Nishihata/Associated Press)
  52. 53. People wait to be rescued atop a building with the letters "SOS" in Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture March 12. (Yomiuri/Reuters)
  53. 54. A man prays in front of a house devastated by tsunami in Minami Soma, Fukushima, northern Japan after Japan's biggest recorded earthquake slammed into its eastern coast March 11
  54. 55. A car sits on top of a small building in a destroyed neighborhood in Sendai, Japan, on Sunday, March 13, 2011 after it was washed into the area by the tsunami that hit northeastern Japan. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)
  55. 56. A woman is rescued by a helicopter after an earthquake in Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. REUTERS/Yomiuri TRANSPORT)
  56. 57. A person who was trapped in a building is rescued by helicopter after a tsunami and earthquake struck in Kesennuma City, Miyagi Prefecture in northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. REUTERS/Kyodo
  57. 58. A victim's hand sticks out among the rubble after a magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami struck Rikuzentakata, northern Japan March 13, 2011. (REUTERS/Toru Hanai)
  58. 59. Fire boats battle a blaze at the Cosmo Oil facility in Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture near Tokyo March 12, 2011. (REUTERS/Kyodo)
  59. 60. A survivor cries at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture in northeast Japan March 13, 2011 after the magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami struck the area. (REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won)
  60. 61. A firefighter runs at the site of a massive tsunami, triggered by a powerful earthquake in Sendai, Miyagi prefecture, northern Japan, Saturday, March 12, 2011. (AP Photo/Junji Kurokawa)
  61. 62. People in a floating container are rescued from a building following an earthquake and tsunami in Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan March 12. (Kyodo News/Reuters)
  62. 63. Factory facilities look damaged in an industrial complex in Sendai, northern Japan, Saturday, March 12, 2011. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)
  63. 64. Vessels lie in the rubble in Ofunato, Iwate prefecture, northern Japan, Saturday, March 12, 2011, after being washed away by an earthquake-triggered tsunami. (AP Photo/The Yomiuri Shimbum, Miho Iketani)
  64. 65. Oil leaked from a Nippon Petroleum Refining Co. oil factory float at Shiogama bay, Miyagi prefecture, Japan, Saturday, March 12, 2011, a day after one of Japan's strongest earthquakes ever recorded hit the country's east coast. (AP Photo/The Yomiuri Shimbun, Naoki Ueda)
  65. 66. Police officers wearing respirators guide people to evacuate away from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant following an evacuation order for residents who live in within a 10 km (6.3 miles) radius from the plant after an explosion in Tomioka Town in Fukushima Prefecture March 12, 2011. Japanese authorities battling to contain rising pressure in nuclear reactors damaged by a massive earthquake were forced to release radioactive steam from one plant on March 12, 2011 after evacuating tens of thousands of residents from the area. Tokyo Electric Power Co also said fuel may have been damaged by falling water levels at the Daiichi facility, one of its two nuclear power plants in Fukushima, some 240 km (150 miles) north of Tokyo. (REUTERS/Asahi Shimbun)
  66. 67. A patient is evacuated from a destroyed hospital after a magnitude 8.9 earthquake and tsunami hit Otsuchi Town, Iwate Prefecture in northern Japan March 13, 2011. (REUTERS/Kyodo)
  67. 68. Self-Defense Force officers search for missing people after a tsunami and earthquake in Rikuzentakatashi City in Iwate Prefecture in northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. (REUTERS/Yomiuri
  68. 69. Minamisanriku, Japan — Devastation wrought by the 9.0 earthquake and ensuing tsunami is seen in Miyagi prefecture, northern Japan. PHOTOGRAPH BY: KYODO / Reuters
  69. 70. Evacuees sit through an earthquake at a temporary shelter at a stadium in Koriyama, northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. (REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak)
  70. 71. Damaged houses are seen after an earthquake and tsunami in Sendai, northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. (REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak)
  71. 72. White smokes rises into the air in the badly damaged town of Yamada in Iwate prefecture on March 12, 2011 a day after a massive quake and tsunami hit the region. (YOMIURI SHIMBUN/AFP/Getty Images)
  72. 73. A ship sits grounded after a tsunami and earthquake in Kamaishi City in Iwate Prefecture March 12, 2011. (REUTERS/YOMIURI
  73. 74. Rescue workers lift the body of a victim from the rubble in Rikuzentakata, northern Japan after the magnitude 8.9 earthquake and tsunami struck the area, March 13, 2011. (REUTERS/Toru Hanai
  74. 75. People evacuate with small boats down a road flooded by the tsunami waves in the city of Ishinomaki in Miyagi prefecture on March 12, 2011 a day after massive quake and tsunami hit the region. (JIJI PRESS/AFP/Getty Images)
  75. 76. A man looks at the scene of devastation as he stands in the rubble in Rikuzentakata, northern Japan after the magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami struck the area, March 13, 2011. (REUTERS/Toru Hanai)
  76. 77. A person walks past an overturned squid-fishing boat tossed onto land by a tsunami in Hachinohe City, Aomori Prefecture, in northern Japan, March 13, 2011. (REUTERS/Kyodo
  77. 78. Sendai, Japan — Government workers uncover the bodies of two people who died in the town. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times
  78. 79. Sendai, Japan — Evacuees from the Sendai area stay at a school where there is little food available. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times
  79. 80. Sendai, Japan — Japanese soldiers patrol through a devastated Natori neighborhood. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)
  80. 81. Sendai, Japan — Women look for names of survivors listed on boards at a victims assistance center in the Natori neighborhood. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times
  81. 82. Ishimaki, Japan — Residents walk along a flooded street lined with destroyed vehicles and debris in Ishimaki city in northern Japan. PHOTOGRAPH BY: KYODO / REUTERS
  82. 83. Otsuchi, Japan — A ferry carried inland by the tsunami and dropped on a building is part of the destruction in Otsuchi, Iwate Prefecture. - PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters
  83. 84. Ishinomaki, Japan — People are given first aid at a Japanese Red Cross hospital after being evacuated from the area hit by the tsunami in Ishinomaki. PHOTOGRAPH BY: DAMIR SAGOLJ / Reuters
  84. 85. Ishinomaki, Japan — A baby is fed at the Japanese Red Cross hospital in Ishinomaki. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Toshiharu Kato / Japanese Red Cross Society/AP
  85. 86. Nihonmatsu, Japan — Futaba Kosei Hospital patients who may have been exposed to radiation are carried into the compound of Fukushima Gender Equality Centre in Nihonmatsu. - PHOTOGRAPH BY: Daisuke Tomita / The Yomiuri Shimbun/AP
  86. 87. Koriyama, Japan — A member of a decontamination team scans a man for radiation at an emergency center in Koriyama in northeastern Japan. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Gregory Bull / Associated Press
  87. 88. Sendai, Japan — A picture frame with portraits of the former Emperor and Empress Hirohito of Japan lies in the rubble at Sendai airport. PHOTOGRAPH BY: ALEX HOFFORD / European Pressphoto Agency
  88. 89. Minami Sanriku, Japan — Survivors walk amid the destruction in Japan's Miyagi prefecture. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press / Kyodo News
  89. 90. Kesennnuma, Japan — Soldiers make their way atop a wall to get around vehicles as they search for survivors. PHOTOGRAPH BY: AP / Kyodo News
  90. 91. Rikuzentakada, Japan — Volunteer firefighters search for victims of the tsunami. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Shizuo Kambayashi / Associated Press
  91. 92. Rikuzentakada Iwate, Japan — Soldiers remove a body. PHOTOGRAPH BY: YOMIURI SHIMBUN / AFP
  92. 93. Rikuzentakata, Japan — People try to salvage belongings from the rubble. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Toru Hanai / Reuters
  93. 94. Minamisanriku, Japan — Residents walk past debris, including an overturned fishing boat. PHOTOGRAPH BY: YOMIURI SHIMBUN / AFP / Getty Images
  94. 95. Fukushima, Japan — Police wearing respirators guide people away from the Daiichi nuclear plant following an evacuation order. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuter
  95. 96. Koriyama, Japan — An official in protective gear scans for signs of radiation on a man who is from the evacuation area near the Daini nuclear plant. PHOTOGRAPH BY: KIM KYUNG-HOON / Reuters
  96. 97. Miyako, Japan — A car swept by waves rests precariously. - PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters
  97. 98. Yamamoto, Japan — Rescue workers look for missing people in houses destroyed by waves generated by the tsunami. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters
  98. 99. Rikuzentakata, Japan — A woman cries after encountering a friend at an evacuation center hours after the massive earthquake struck the region. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Reuters
  99. 100. Ishinomaki, Japan — Members of Japan's Self-Defense Forces help people get through flooded areas by boat. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Yomiuri Shimbun / Associated Press
  100. 101. Kesennuma, Japan — Fishing boats rest atop piles of debris. PHOTOGRAPH BY: YOMIURI SHIMBUN / AFP/Getty Images
  101. 102. Tokyo — Travelers wait in front of a Japan Airlines check-in counter at Haneda Airport on Saturday, one day after the magnitude 9.0 earthquake. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Haruyoshi Yamaguchi / Bloomberg
  102. 103. Koriyama, Japan — People line up for drinking water at a park. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kyodo News / X01481
  103. 104. People watch their city's port area burn. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Keiichi Nakane / Yomiuri Shimbu
  104. 105. Sendai, Japan — A man looks over debris and mud-filled rice paddies .PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press / Kyodo Newsn)
  105. 106. Rikuzentakada, Japan — A woman carrying a child on her back walks through debris and mud left by the earthquake and tsunami in Iwate prefecture Friday. PHOTOGRAPH BY: Associated Press / Kyodo News
  106. 107. A car is buried in mud and debris following an earthquake and tsunami in Sendai, northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. REUTERS/Kyodo
  107. 108. A factory facility burns following an earthquake and tsunami in Sendai, northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. REUTERS/Kyodo
  108. 109. People wait for rescue on a rooftop following an earthquake and tsunami in Iwate Prefecture, northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. REUTERS/Kyodo
  109. 110. People, in a floating container, are rescued from a building following an earthquake and tsunami in Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. REUTERS/Kyodo
  110. 111. A ship tossed ashore by a tsunami following an earthquake is seen in Aomori Prefecture, northern Japan March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. REUTERS/Kyodo
  111. 112. Buildings burn after being struck by a tsunami and earthquake in Iwate Prefecture, northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. REUTERS/Kyodo
  112. 113. People make their way among the debris from destroyed homes after an earthquake and tsunami in Sendai, northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. REUTERS/Kyodo
  113. 114. Vehicles and boats float with rubble in flood waters near the coastal town of Sendai after the earthquake and tsunami that devastated the region, March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. Japan scaled back its tsunami warning for much of the country on Saturday, nearly 24 hours after a massive earthquake struck and set off a succession of tsunami, NHK television said. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
  114. 115. A woman who was trapped in her home is carried by a Japan Self Defense Force soldier in Kesennuma City in Miyagi Prefecture in northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. REUTERS/Kyodo
  115. 116. Evacuees from the area of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant take refuge in an evacuation center in an elementary school in Namie, Fukushima Prefecture, northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. An explosion blew the roof off an unstable reactor north of Tokyo on Saturday, Japanese media said, raising fears of a disastrous meltdown at a nuclear plant damaged in the massive earthquake that hit Japan. The 8.9-magnitude earthquake -- the strongest ever recorded in Japan -- sent a 10-metre tsunami ripping through towns and cities across the northeast coast. Japanese media estimate that at least 1,300 people were killed. REUTERS/Kyodo
  116. 117. Self-Defense Force officers rescue a woman by a boat after a tsunami and earthquake in Ishinomaki City in Miyagi Prefecture March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. REUTERS/Yomiuri
  117. 118. A Japan Self Defense Forces fighter jet is swept into a building by a tsunami at an airbase in Higashimatsushima City, Miyagi Prefecture in northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. Japan scaled back its tsunami warning for much of the country on Saturday, nearly 24 hours after a massive earthquake struck and set off a succession of tsunami, NHK television said. REUTERS/Kyodo
  118. 119. Police move bodies to a makeshift morgue set up in a gymnasium in Natori City, Miyagi Prefecture in northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. Japan scaled back its tsunami warning for much of the country on Saturday, nearly 24 hours after a massive earthquake struck and set off a succession of tsunami, NHK television said. REUTERS/Kyodo
  119. 120. Self-Defense Force officers search for missing people by a boat after a tsunami and earthquake in Souma City in Fukushima Prefecture March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. REUTERS/Yomiuri
  120. 121. A bridge undergoing construction (L) is damaged together with another bridge in Namegata City, Ibaraki Prefecture in northeastern Japan March 12, 2011. Japan confronted devastation along its northeastern coast on Saturday, with fires raging and parts of some cities under water after a massive earthquake and tsunami that likely killed at least 1,000 people. Japan scaled back its tsunami warning for much of the country on Saturday, nearly 24 hours after a massive earthquake struck and set off a succession of tsunami, NHK television said. REUTERS/Kyodo
  121. 122. A wave approaches Miyako City from the Heigawa estuary in Iwate Prefecture after the magnitude 9.0 earthquake struck the area March 11, 2011. Picture taken March 11, 2011. (REUTERS/Mainichi Shimbun)
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