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It seems like Japan cannot rest! Another - Page 3 - Politics, Business, Civil, History - Posted: 7th Apr, 2011 - 2:56pm

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Post Date: 15th Mar, 2011 - 3:09pm / Post ID: #

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Japan Rocked by Two Aftershocks Both Measuring 6.0 Magnitude or Greater [10:34 a.m. ET] Ref. ABC News

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Japanese people are setting the example

The Japanese people are doing an incredible job of maintaining order and calm during one of the worst natural disasters in recent memory. Stories keep pouring in about the kindness and generosity Japanese people are showing towards each other - like the man who grabbed the last 10 bottles of water at the store but put most of them back so others could have them. Americans are amazing in times of need as well, but let's be honest - have we ever had a disaster of this magnitude where there wasn't any looting? Amazingly, that's the case in Japan. Ref. Source 4

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I did not ever doubt that if any people could over come and remain peaceful during such times it would be the japanese people. Both times I visited Japan I was encouraged by the social ease in which they cope with change.

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Kiwis in Japan staying warm in frozen tents

After searching for bodies in blizzard conditions during the day, Kiwi search and rescue volunteers are bunking down in tents, waiting for them to freeze over to seal in the warmth. Ref. Source 6

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Death toll from Japan's earthquake and tsunami reaches 10,035 people, with 17,443 still missing, national police say. Ref. CNN

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Japans Tsunami How It Happened - Documentary exploring the scientific factors behind the magnitude 9 earthquake and the resultant tsunami that struck Japan on March 11. Professor of geological sciences Roger Bilham views the effects of the devastation from the air, and journalist Callum Macrae travels to the north of the country, where survivors in the fishing villages Sendai and Ofunato are struggling to cope in the aftermath"¦

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Post Date: 31st Mar, 2011 - 10:05am / Post ID: #

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Up to 1,000 bodies left untouched within Fukushima no-go zone
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Radiation fears have prevented authorities from collecting as many as 1,000 bodies of victims of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami from within the 20-km-radius evacuation zone around the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant, police sources said Thursday. One of the sources said bodies had been "exposed to high levels of radiation after death." The view was supported by the detection Sunday of elevated levels of radiation on a body found in Okuma, Fukushima Prefecture, about 5 km from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. (Japan Times) Source: cleanup

7th Apr, 2011 - 2:56pm / Post ID: #

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It seems like Japan cannot rest! Another big earthquake just hit according to CNN:

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7.4-magnitude earthquake strikes off coast of Miyagi, Japan, Japan's meteorological agency says.

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