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After Tsunami, Japan Struggles to Recover

by Associated Press Videos 2:03 mins

Two years after the triple calamities of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster, Japan is still coping with the scale of contamination. Town by town, dirt pile by dirt pile, the government is determined to clear its land of radiation. (March 8)

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