Japan One Year After Disaster

Japan gathered Sunday amid tears, prayers and a moment of silence to mark one year since an earthquake and tsunami killed thousands, and triggered the world’s worst nuclear crisis in a quarter century…

“A lot of lives were lost … I feel the grieving families’ pain and I cannot express my sorrow enough,” Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda said at the ceremony…

“The Japanese people are united in working with the government to put all our might toward working on the reconstruction,” Noda said this month. “The debris cleanup, the building of temporary houses and daily support for the disaster victims – we have been making steady progress on all those issues,” he said.

Source: CNN.

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