JAPAN: EARTHQUAKE HITS TOKYO, TSUNAMI ALERT, 6 METER WAVES

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JAPAN: EARTHQUAKE HITS TOKYO, TSUNAMI ALERT, 6 METER WAVES

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AGI) Tokyo - A strong earthquake occurred in Tokyo; skyscrapers swayed and people fled; tsunami alert with possible 6-meter waves. Authoirities alerted the population, and similar alerts have been launched in Russian Siberia and in the Marianne Islands . .

Tokyo Earthquake (the-diplomat.com)
Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan has urged calm after the massive earthquake that struck Japan earlier this afternoon. He reassured viewers that the countrys nuclear power facilities are safe. The countrys Self-Defence Force has been mobilized, and public transport here in Tokyo has been shut down as strong aftershocks continue to be felt following the 8.9 temblor.

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