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Japan quake dead, missing toll tops 20,000
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Japan quake dead, missing toll tops 20,000
The number of people confirmed dead or listed as missing in Japan has surpassed 20,000, nine days after a massive earthquake and tsunami struck.Read Full Article ...
 
Concern remains for eight Aussies in Japan
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Concern remains for eight Aussies in Japan
The federal government remains concerned for eight Australians still unaccounted for in disaster-struck Japan.Read Full Article ...
 
GM curtails spending, travel on Japan crisis
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
GM curtails spending, travel on Japan crisis
General Motors Co has suspended all nonessential spending and global travel while the automaker assesses the impact of the crisis in Japan on the company, a GM...
 
Light winds, rain forecast near Japan nuclear plant
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Light winds, rain forecast near Japan nuclear plant
TOKYO (Reuters) - Light southeasterly winds and drizzle are forecast for the area around quake-stricken nuclear reactors on the northeast coast of Japan, the w...
 
Officials: Pressure rises again in Japan reactor
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Officials: Pressure rises again in Japan reactor
FUKUSHIMA, Japan (AP) Technicians prepared to vent radioactive gas into the air Sunday because of a new spike in pressure at Japan's crippled, leaking nuclear ...
 
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