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The city of Sendai in northeastern Japan was hit hardest by the earthquake that rocked the island nation followed by a tsunami on March 11. The city is beginning the long process of recovery.

The city of Sendai in northeastern Japan was hit hardest by the earthquake that rocked the island nation followed by a tsunami on March 11. The city is beginning the long process of recovery.

© Photo : Emergency Situations Ministry The city of Sendai in northeastern Japan was hit hardest by the earthquake that rocked the island nation followed by a tsunami on March 11. The city is beginning the long process of recovery.
Sendai in ruins: Russian rescue team at work - Sputnik International
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The city of Sendai in northeastern Japan was hit hardest by the earthquake that rocked the island nation followed by a tsunami on March 11. The city is beginning the long process of recovery.
© Photo : Emergency Situations Ministry A Russian rescue team working in the city combed an area of 100 square kilometers by late Thursday.
Sendai in ruins: Russian rescue team at work - Sputnik International
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A Russian rescue team working in the city combed an area of 100 square kilometers by late Thursday.
© Photo : Emergency Situations Ministry Rescue workers split up into groups and search for survivors in buildings that were left standing.
Sendai in ruins: Russian rescue team at work - Sputnik International
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Rescue workers split up into groups and search for survivors in buildings that were left standing.
© Photo : Emergency Situations Ministry It is different here from districts located further inland, where life is already back to normal. People go to work. Stores are open for business. There has been no loss of electricity across entire communities. Some hotels remain open. One hotel, the Toyoko Inn, even has hot water. Photo: Emergencies Ministry rescue team in Sendai.
Sendai in ruins: Russian rescue team at work - Sputnik International
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It is different here from districts located further inland, where life is already back to normal. People go to work. Stores are open for business. There has been no loss of electricity across entire communities. Some hotels remain open. One hotel, the Toyoko Inn, even has hot water. Photo: Emergencies Ministry rescue team in Sendai.
© Photo : Emergency Situations Ministry Grocery stores in Sendai are running low on products. Long lines are a common sight. It takes 20-30 minutes to get to the counter. Photo: Emergencies Ministry rescue team in Sendai.
Sendai in ruins: Russian rescue team at work - Sputnik International
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Grocery stores in Sendai are running low on products. Long lines are a common sight. It takes 20-30 minutes to get to the counter. Photo: Emergencies Ministry rescue team in Sendai.
© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev  / Go to the photo bankReminders of the recent disaster are everywhere. The international airport, located in a Sendai suburb, was severely damaged in the tsunami.
Sendai in ruins: Russian rescue team at work - Sputnik International
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Reminders of the recent disaster are everywhere. The international airport, located in a Sendai suburb, was severely damaged in the tsunami.
© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev  / Go to the photo bankApart from flood damage, the airport’s buildings remained intact. Inside, sand and broken glass cover the floor. Outside, parking lots are strewn with overturned cars.
Sendai in ruins: Russian rescue team at work - Sputnik International
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Apart from flood damage, the airport’s buildings remained intact. Inside, sand and broken glass cover the floor. Outside, parking lots are strewn with overturned cars.
© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev  / Go to the photo bankThe tsunami carried small planes up to a kilometer away from their hangars.
Sendai in ruins: Russian rescue team at work - Sputnik International
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The tsunami carried small planes up to a kilometer away from their hangars.
© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev  / Go to the photo bankPeople were forced to flee their homes, now in ruins.
Sendai in ruins: Russian rescue team at work - Sputnik International
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People were forced to flee their homes, now in ruins.
© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev  / Go to the photo bankThe ruins are littered with broken dishes, children’s clothes, furniture, radios and other belongings destroyed in the disaster.
Sendai in ruins: Russian rescue team at work - Sputnik International
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The ruins are littered with broken dishes, children’s clothes, furniture, radios and other belongings destroyed in the disaster.
© RIA Novosti . Ilya Pitalev  / Go to the photo bankTsunami-hit Sendai seaport.
Sendai in ruins: Russian rescue team at work - Sputnik International
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Tsunami-hit Sendai seaport.
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