March 13, 2011, Sendai, Japan - Columns of thick black smoke reach high in the air from a burning oil refinery in Sendai, Miyagi prefecture, on Sunday, March 13, 2011, two days after a powerful earthquake with a magnitude 9.0 jolted Japan's northeastern prefectures, wreaking havoc on otherwise beautiful coastal towns and farmlands. The death toll from the nation's worst and the world's fourth worst quake could rise above 10,000. (Photo by Yoichi Tsukioka/AFLO) [2570] -mis-

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A powerful earthquake with a magnitude 9.0 jolted Japan's northeastern prefectures
March 13, 2011, Sendai, Japan - Columns of thick black smoke reach high in the air from a burning oil refinery in Sendai, Miyagi prefecture, on Sunday, March 13, 2011, two days after a powerful earthquake with a magnitude 9.0 jolted Japan's northeastern prefectures, wreaking havoc on otherwise beautiful coastal towns and farmlands. The death toll from the nation's worst and the world's fourth worst quake could rise above 10,000. (Photo by Yoichi Tsukioka/AFLO) [2570] -mis-

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Photographer: Tohankoku / Aflo
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Date 13 Mar 2011
Location: Sendai Japan
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