Japanese fishing town „totally devastated“

Published: 16 March 2011 y., Wednesday

 Up to 9,000 people are feared dead in the Japanese fishing hamlet of Otsuchi, where a Red Cross spokesman says residents could not evacuate in time.


Šaltinis: Reuters
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