North-east Japan was hit by a 7.1 magnitude aftershock Monday, exactly one month after the massive quake and ensuing tsunami that devastated the region and spawned a still unresolved nuclear crisis.
AP - A strong aftershock ripped through northeastern Japan, killing two people, knocking out power to vast areas Friday and piling misery on a region still buried under the rubble of last month’s devastating tsunami.
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Date created : 2011-04-11