Japan Tsunami Toll


'Japan Tsunami Toll' - 4 News Result(s)

  • School gymnasium till Friday, now a morgue

    School gymnasium till Friday, now a morgue

    Temporary morgues have been set up in the wrecked remains of public buildings in tsunami-devastated Japan's northeast as rescue workers continued a search for survivors on Wednesday.In the town of Higashi Matsushima in Miyagi prefecture, where the tsunami struck hard, a school gymnasium has become a temporary resting place for the dead.Desperate su...

  • Miyagi, the worst hit in Friday's tsunami

    Miyagi, the worst hit in Friday's tsunami

    Vast areas in Japan have been left unrecognisable by the devastation caused by Friday's quake and tsunami. The coastline of Miyagi prefecture was one of the worst-hit regions.Police estimated 10-thousand dead among the 2.3 million people who lived in the prefecture, the Japanese equivalent of a state.South of Miyagis capital Sendai, near the epicen...

  • 'Japan will rise again'

    'Japan will rise again'

    Although the situation in Japan continues to be worrisome in the nuclear aftermath of the earthquake fed tsunami, city-based Japanese nationals hope that the country would soon get back on its feet. For 73 year-old Teruko Matsuoka, a Bangalore-based Japanese homemaker, this is not the first disaster that the country has experienced. During her chil...

  • Japan tsunami: Toll could rise to more than 1,300

    Japan tsunami: Toll could rise to more than 1,300

    Rescuers struggled to reach survivors on Saturday morning as Japan reeled after an earthquake and a tsunami struck in deadly tandem. The 8.9-magnitude earthquake set off a devastating tsunami that sent walls of water washing over coastal cities in the north. Concerns mounted over possible radiation leaks from two nuclear plants near the earthquake ...

'Japan Tsunami Toll' - 4 News Result(s)

  • School gymnasium till Friday, now a morgue

    School gymnasium till Friday, now a morgue

    Temporary morgues have been set up in the wrecked remains of public buildings in tsunami-devastated Japan's northeast as rescue workers continued a search for survivors on Wednesday.In the town of Higashi Matsushima in Miyagi prefecture, where the tsunami struck hard, a school gymnasium has become a temporary resting place for the dead.Desperate su...

  • Miyagi, the worst hit in Friday's tsunami

    Miyagi, the worst hit in Friday's tsunami

    Vast areas in Japan have been left unrecognisable by the devastation caused by Friday's quake and tsunami. The coastline of Miyagi prefecture was one of the worst-hit regions.Police estimated 10-thousand dead among the 2.3 million people who lived in the prefecture, the Japanese equivalent of a state.South of Miyagis capital Sendai, near the epicen...

  • 'Japan will rise again'

    'Japan will rise again'

    Although the situation in Japan continues to be worrisome in the nuclear aftermath of the earthquake fed tsunami, city-based Japanese nationals hope that the country would soon get back on its feet. For 73 year-old Teruko Matsuoka, a Bangalore-based Japanese homemaker, this is not the first disaster that the country has experienced. During her chil...

  • Japan tsunami: Toll could rise to more than 1,300

    Japan tsunami: Toll could rise to more than 1,300

    Rescuers struggled to reach survivors on Saturday morning as Japan reeled after an earthquake and a tsunami struck in deadly tandem. The 8.9-magnitude earthquake set off a devastating tsunami that sent walls of water washing over coastal cities in the north. Concerns mounted over possible radiation leaks from two nuclear plants near the earthquake ...

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