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Tsunami hits Japan after quake

Japan's most powerful earthquake since records began struck its north-east coast on Friday, triggering a massive tsunami, which struck about 250 miles north-east of Tokyo. Officials say 350 people are dead and about 500 missing. Mary Kay Magistad reports.

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Japan: Update from Osaka

The New York Times' Daniel Krieger reports from Osaka. He says he has not been able to get in touch with anyone in the coastal communities. However, Tokyo residents say this quake was completely different from anything they had previously experienced.