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March 16: Japan Tragedy and Aftermath

The latest images from disaster-stricken Japan and its affected cities.

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Reiko Miura, 68, cries as she looks for her sister's son at a tsunami-hit area in Otsuchi, Iwate Prefecture, northern Japan, March 16. (AP)
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Reiko Miura, 68, cries as she looks for her sister's son at a tsunami-hit area in Otsuchi, Iwate Prefecture, northern Japan, March 16. (AP)

The shore of Japan is seen before (L) and after a tsunami hit the area in this combination photo of satellite images provided by the German Aerospace Center. Pictures taken September 5, 2010 (L) and March 12, 2011. (REUTERS/DLR/Rapid Eye)
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The shore of Japan is seen before (L) and after a tsunami hit the area in this combination photo of satellite images provided by the German Aerospace Center. Pictures taken September 5, 2010 (L) and March 12, 2011. (REUTERS/DLR/Rapid Eye)

Medical staff use a Geiger counter to screen a woman for radiation exposure after she evacuated from an area within 20km (12.4 miles) radius of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. (Reuters)
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Medical staff use a Geiger counter to screen a woman for radiation exposure after she evacuated from an area within 20km (12.4 miles) radius of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. (Reuters)

Residents walk past debris in Otsuchi March 15. 12,000 out of a population of 15,000 in the town have disappeared following Friday's massive earthquake and tsunami. (Reuters/Aly Song)
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Residents walk past debris in Otsuchi March 15. 12,000 out of a population of 15,000 in the town have disappeared following Friday's massive earthquake and tsunami. (Reuters/Aly Song)

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