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Japanese quake victims find refuge in a sports hall

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Sendai, the capital city of Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, was closest to the epicenter of the March 11 earthquake and suffered the worst damage. Hundreds of people from Sendai have taken refuge in a school sports hall.

Sendai, the capital city of Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, was closest to the epicenter of the March 11 earthquake and suffered the worst damage. Hundreds of people from Sendai have taken refuge in a school sports hall.

© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev / Go to the photo bankSendai, the capital city of Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, was closest to the epicenter of the March 11 earthquake and suffered the worst damage. Hundreds of people from Sendai have taken refuge in a school sports hall.
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Sendai, the capital city of Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, was closest to the epicenter of the March 11 earthquake and suffered the worst damage. Hundreds of people from Sendai have taken refuge in a school sports hall.
© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev / Go to the photo bankThe local authorities organized emergency shelter but they cannot provide earthquake survivors with everything they need. The people taking refuge in the sports hall use every opportunity to find out what is going on outside.
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The local authorities organized emergency shelter but they cannot provide earthquake survivors with everything they need. The people taking refuge in the sports hall use every opportunity to find out what is going on outside.
© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev / Go to the photo bankReading newspapers over tea is just about the only thing the shelter residents can do.
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Reading newspapers over tea is just about the only thing the shelter residents can do.
© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev / Go to the photo bankEach resident receives 250 ml of water and two portions of rice with vegetables per day.
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Each resident receives 250 ml of water and two portions of rice with vegetables per day.
© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev / Go to the photo bankFrom March 13, all other foods and basic necessities have been distributed only to people over 70 and children under 12.
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From March 13, all other foods and basic necessities have been distributed only to people over 70 and children under 12.
© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev / Go to the photo bankIn addition, these Sendai survivors are suffering from cold: many emergency shelters are not heated and their residents do not have enough warm clothes.
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In addition, these Sendai survivors are suffering from cold: many emergency shelters are not heated and their residents do not have enough warm clothes.
© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev / Go to the photo bankThe people were given blankets, but they have to sleep on cardboard or right on the floor, so many of them have colds.
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The people were given blankets, but they have to sleep on cardboard or right on the floor, so many of them have colds.
© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev / Go to the photo bankA center that gathers information about the current emergency management is located in the same building.
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A center that gathers information about the current emergency management is located in the same building.
© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev / Go to the photo bankEmergency shelters in seven prefectures are now home to 530,000 people, many of them children.
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Emergency shelters in seven prefectures are now home to 530,000 people, many of them children.
© Sputnik / Ilya Pitalev / Go to the photo bankA devastating 8.9 magnitude earthquake occurred off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture, 373 km north-west of Tokyo, on March 11, 2011. A total of 3,676 people were killed in the earthquake and 7,843 people remain missing.
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A devastating 8.9 magnitude earthquake occurred off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture, 373 km north-west of Tokyo, on March 11, 2011. A total of 3,676 people were killed in the earthquake and 7,843 people remain missing.
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