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    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    • No Fukushima Ever Again: Fourth Anniversary of the 2011 Earthquake in Japan
    © AFP 2019 / JIJI PRESS
    Tsunami breeches an embankment and flows into the city of Miyako in Iwate prefecture shortly after a 9.0 magnitude earthquake hit the region of northern Japan. March 11, 2011.

    On March 11, Japan mourns on the fourth anniversary of the Great East Japan earthquake, also known as the 2011 Tohoku earthquake. The disaster claimed the lives of almost 16 thousand people, and over 2.5 thousand went missing.

    On March 11, Japan mourns on the fourth anniversary of the Great East Japan earthquake, also known as the 2011 Tohoku earthquake. The disaster claimed the lives of almost 16 thousand people, and over 2.5 thousand went missing.

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