Japan reeling after 8.9 quake

Houses swallowed by tsunami waves then burn in Natori, Miyagi Prefecture, after Japan was hit by an earthquake, the strongest to ever strike the country, off its northeastern coast. The quake set off a tsunami that washed away neighborhoods and deposited ships on land.
Houses swallowed by tsunami waves then burn in Natori, Miyagi Prefecture, after Japan was hit by an earthquake, the strongest to ever strike the country, off its northeastern coast. The quake set off a tsunami that washed away neighborhoods and deposited ships on land. (Kyodo News Via Associated Press)

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