April 9, 2011, Kesennuma, Japan - Military vehicles are parked near the Port of Kesennuma in Miyagi Prefecture, some 400 km northeast of Tokyo, on Saturday, April 9, 2011. Nearly a month after the largest earthquake in Japan recorded history devastated cities, towns, ports and farmlands and the tsunami swallowed up what the quake had missed, thousands of Japanese and American troops are still looking for the 15,000 people who are still formally categorized as missing in Japan northeastern region. (Photo by Koichi Mitsui/AFLO) [3101] -mis-

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One Month After the Fatal Quake
April 9, 2011, Kesennuma, Japan - Military vehicles are parked near the Port of Kesennuma in Miyagi Prefecture, some 400 km northeast of Tokyo, on Saturday, April 9, 2011. Nearly a month after the largest earthquake in Japan recorded history devastated cities, towns, ports and farmlands and the tsunami swallowed up what the quake had missed, thousands of Japanese and American troops are still looking for the 15,000 people who are still formally categorized as missing in Japan northeastern region. (Photo by Koichi Mitsui/AFLO) [3101] -mis-

Filename: aflo_ilca000782.jpg
Photographer: Koichi Mitsui/AFLO
Source: AFLO
Date 9 Apr 2011
Location: Kesennuma Japan
Credit: Koichi Mitsui/AFLO
Copyright: Koichi Mitsui/AFLO
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