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Rescue team members carry a dead body at Ofunato city in Iwate city on March 14, 2011. A new explosion at a nuclear plant hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , A masked boy walks past nearly empty shelves at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , A supermarket staff member displays a notice informing customers of purchases of goods will be limited at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (L) cries as he walks through the devastation at Onagawa town in Miyagi prefecture caused by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (C) sleeps on a chair at an evacuation shelter at Otsuchi town in Iwate prefecture following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 two women cover their mouths against the threat of radiation at Yamada town in Iwate prefecture. Radiation levels near a quake-hit nuclear plant are now harmful to human health, Japan's government said after two explosions and a fire at the crippled facility on March 15. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Tokyo, but a city official said it was not considered at a level harmful to human health. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , A woman walks past a near empty showcase of drinks and instant foods at a convenience store following panic buying after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, in Tokyo on March 15, 2011. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Japan's capital Tokyo, but a city government official said it was not considered at the level where it harms human health. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO
Rescue team members carry a dead body at Ofunato city in Iwate city on March 14, 2011. A new explosion at a nuclear plant hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , A masked boy walks past nearly empty shelves at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , A supermarket staff member displays a notice informing customers of purchases of goods will be limited at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (L) cries as he walks through the devastation at Onagawa town in Miyagi prefecture caused by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (C) sleeps on a chair at an evacuation shelter at Otsuchi town in Iwate prefecture following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 two women cover their mouths against the threat of radiation at Yamada town in Iwate prefecture. Radiation levels near a quake-hit nuclear plant are now harmful to human health, Japan's government said after two explosions and a fire at the crippled facility on March 15. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Tokyo, but a city official said it was not considered at a level harmful to human health. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , A woman walks past a near empty showcase of drinks and instant foods at a convenience store following panic buying after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, in Tokyo on March 15, 2011. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Japan's capital Tokyo, but a city government official said it was not considered at the level where it harms human health. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO , A man looks at a near empty showcase of drinks and instant foods at a convenience store following panic buying after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, in Tokyo on March 15, 2011. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Japan's capital Tokyo, but a city government official said it was not considered at the level where it harms human health. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO , Japanese Self-Defense Force soldiers carry the body of a tsunami victim in the city of Ofunato, Iwate prefecture on March 15, 2011 as the country struggles to cope following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami disasters. Japan's government on March 15 urged people against panic-buying of food and supplies, as the country grapples with a massive natural disaster and resulting nuclear crisis. AFP PHOTO / TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA , Japanese Self-Defense Force soldiers walk past destroyed buildings in the city of Ofunato, Iwate prefecture on March 15, 2011 as the country struggles to cope following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami disasters. Japan's government on March 15 urged people against panic-buying of food and supplies, as the country grapples with a massive natural disaster and resulting nuclear crisis. AFP PHOTO / TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA , Japanese rescue team members transport a body in the town of Watari in Miyagi prefecture on March 14, 2011 three days after a massive 8.9 magnitude earthquake and tsunami devastated the coast of eastern Japan. A new explosion at a nuclear plant in nearby Fukushima prefecture hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , Survivors shelter at an evacuation center at Watari town in Miyagi prefecture on March 14, 2011. A new explosion at a nuclear plant hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS
Rescue team members carry a dead body at Ofunato city in Iwate city on March 14, 2011. A new explosion at a nuclear plant hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , A masked boy walks past nearly empty shelves at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN
Rescue team members carry a dead body at Ofunato city in Iwate city on March 14, 2011. A new explosion at a nuclear plant hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , A masked boy walks past nearly empty shelves at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , A supermarket staff member displays a notice informing customers of purchases of goods will be limited at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (L) cries as he walks through the devastation at Onagawa town in Miyagi prefecture caused by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (C) sleeps on a chair at an evacuation shelter at Otsuchi town in Iwate prefecture following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 two women cover their mouths against the threat of radiation at Yamada town in Iwate prefecture. Radiation levels near a quake-hit nuclear plant are now harmful to human health, Japan's government said after two explosions and a fire at the crippled facility on March 15. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Tokyo, but a city official said it was not considered at a level harmful to human health. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN
Rescue team members carry a dead body at Ofunato city in Iwate city on March 14, 2011. A new explosion at a nuclear plant hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , A masked boy walks past nearly empty shelves at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , A supermarket staff member displays a notice informing customers of purchases of goods will be limited at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (L) cries as he walks through the devastation at Onagawa town in Miyagi prefecture caused by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (C) sleeps on a chair at an evacuation shelter at Otsuchi town in Iwate prefecture following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 two women cover their mouths against the threat of radiation at Yamada town in Iwate prefecture. Radiation levels near a quake-hit nuclear plant are now harmful to human health, Japan's government said after two explosions and a fire at the crippled facility on March 15. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Tokyo, but a city official said it was not considered at a level harmful to human health. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , A woman walks past a near empty showcase of drinks and instant foods at a convenience store following panic buying after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, in Tokyo on March 15, 2011. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Japan's capital Tokyo, but a city government official said it was not considered at the level where it harms human health. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO , A man looks at a near empty showcase of drinks and instant foods at a convenience store following panic buying after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, in Tokyo on March 15, 2011. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Japan's capital Tokyo, but a city government official said it was not considered at the level where it harms human health. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO
Rescue team members carry a dead body at Ofunato city in Iwate city on March 14, 2011. A new explosion at a nuclear plant hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , A masked boy walks past nearly empty shelves at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , A supermarket staff member displays a notice informing customers of purchases of goods will be limited at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (L) cries as he walks through the devastation at Onagawa town in Miyagi prefecture caused by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (C) sleeps on a chair at an evacuation shelter at Otsuchi town in Iwate prefecture following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN
Rescue team members carry a dead body at Ofunato city in Iwate city on March 14, 2011. A new explosion at a nuclear plant hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , A masked boy walks past nearly empty shelves at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , A supermarket staff member displays a notice informing customers of purchases of goods will be limited at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN
Rescue team members carry a dead body at Ofunato city in Iwate city on March 14, 2011. A new explosion at a nuclear plant hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , A masked boy walks past nearly empty shelves at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , A supermarket staff member displays a notice informing customers of purchases of goods will be limited at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (L) cries as he walks through the devastation at Onagawa town in Miyagi prefecture caused by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN
Rescue team members carry a dead body at Ofunato city in Iwate city on March 14, 2011. A new explosion at a nuclear plant hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS
Rescue team members carry a dead body at Ofunato city in Iwate city on March 14, 2011. A new explosion at a nuclear plant hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , A masked boy walks past nearly empty shelves at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , A supermarket staff member displays a notice informing customers of purchases of goods will be limited at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (L) cries as he walks through the devastation at Onagawa town in Miyagi prefecture caused by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (C) sleeps on a chair at an evacuation shelter at Otsuchi town in Iwate prefecture following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 two women cover their mouths against the threat of radiation at Yamada town in Iwate prefecture. Radiation levels near a quake-hit nuclear plant are now harmful to human health, Japan's government said after two explosions and a fire at the crippled facility on March 15. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Tokyo, but a city official said it was not considered at a level harmful to human health. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , A woman walks past a near empty showcase of drinks and instant foods at a convenience store following panic buying after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, in Tokyo on March 15, 2011. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Japan's capital Tokyo, but a city government official said it was not considered at the level where it harms human health. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO , A man looks at a near empty showcase of drinks and instant foods at a convenience store following panic buying after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, in Tokyo on March 15, 2011. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Japan's capital Tokyo, but a city government official said it was not considered at the level where it harms human health. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO , Japanese Self-Defense Force soldiers carry the body of a tsunami victim in the city of Ofunato, Iwate prefecture on March 15, 2011 as the country struggles to cope following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami disasters. Japan's government on March 15 urged people against panic-buying of food and supplies, as the country grapples with a massive natural disaster and resulting nuclear crisis. AFP PHOTO / TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA , Japanese Self-Defense Force soldiers walk past destroyed buildings in the city of Ofunato, Iwate prefecture on March 15, 2011 as the country struggles to cope following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami disasters. Japan's government on March 15 urged people against panic-buying of food and supplies, as the country grapples with a massive natural disaster and resulting nuclear crisis. AFP PHOTO / TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA
Rescue team members carry a dead body at Ofunato city in Iwate city on March 14, 2011. A new explosion at a nuclear plant hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , A masked boy walks past nearly empty shelves at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , A supermarket staff member displays a notice informing customers of purchases of goods will be limited at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (L) cries as he walks through the devastation at Onagawa town in Miyagi prefecture caused by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (C) sleeps on a chair at an evacuation shelter at Otsuchi town in Iwate prefecture following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 two women cover their mouths against the threat of radiation at Yamada town in Iwate prefecture. Radiation levels near a quake-hit nuclear plant are now harmful to human health, Japan's government said after two explosions and a fire at the crippled facility on March 15. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Tokyo, but a city official said it was not considered at a level harmful to human health. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , A woman walks past a near empty showcase of drinks and instant foods at a convenience store following panic buying after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, in Tokyo on March 15, 2011. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Japan's capital Tokyo, but a city government official said it was not considered at the level where it harms human health. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO , A man looks at a near empty showcase of drinks and instant foods at a convenience store following panic buying after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, in Tokyo on March 15, 2011. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Japan's capital Tokyo, but a city government official said it was not considered at the level where it harms human health. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO , Japanese Self-Defense Force soldiers carry the body of a tsunami victim in the city of Ofunato, Iwate prefecture on March 15, 2011 as the country struggles to cope following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami disasters. Japan's government on March 15 urged people against panic-buying of food and supplies, as the country grapples with a massive natural disaster and resulting nuclear crisis. AFP PHOTO / TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA , Japanese Self-Defense Force soldiers walk past destroyed buildings in the city of Ofunato, Iwate prefecture on March 15, 2011 as the country struggles to cope following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami disasters. Japan's government on March 15 urged people against panic-buying of food and supplies, as the country grapples with a massive natural disaster and resulting nuclear crisis. AFP PHOTO / TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA , Japanese rescue team members transport a body in the town of Watari in Miyagi prefecture on March 14, 2011 three days after a massive 8.9 magnitude earthquake and tsunami devastated the coast of eastern Japan. A new explosion at a nuclear plant in nearby Fukushima prefecture hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS
Rescue team members carry a dead body at Ofunato city in Iwate city on March 14, 2011. A new explosion at a nuclear plant hit punch-drunk Japan on March 14 as it raced to avert a reactor meltdown after a quake-tsunami disaster that is feared to have killed more than 10,000 people. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , A masked boy walks past nearly empty shelves at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , A supermarket staff member displays a notice informing customers of purchases of goods will be limited at a supermarket in the northwestern city of Akita on March 15, 2011 as panic buying sweeps the country following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in eastern Japan as well as a nuclear crisis in Fukushima prefecture. Japan's nuclear crisis escalated on March 15 as two more blasts and a fire rocked the quake-stricken atomic power plant, sending radiation up to dangerous levels. AFP PHOTO / ROSLAN RAHMAN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (L) cries as he walks through the devastation at Onagawa town in Miyagi prefecture caused by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 a man (C) sleeps on a chair at an evacuation shelter at Otsuchi town in Iwate prefecture following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Japan is struggling to cope with the enormity of the damage from the record-breaking quake and the tsunami which raced across vast tracts of its northeast, destroying all before it. The official death toll has risen to 2,414, police said on March 15, but officials say at least 10,000 are likely to have perished. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , In a picture taken on March 14, 2011 two women cover their mouths against the threat of radiation at Yamada town in Iwate prefecture. Radiation levels near a quake-hit nuclear plant are now harmful to human health, Japan's government said after two explosions and a fire at the crippled facility on March 15. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Tokyo, but a city official said it was not considered at a level harmful to human health. JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , A woman walks past a near empty showcase of drinks and instant foods at a convenience store following panic buying after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, in Tokyo on March 15, 2011. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Japan's capital Tokyo, but a city government official said it was not considered at the level where it harms human health. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO , A man looks at a near empty showcase of drinks and instant foods at a convenience store following panic buying after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, in Tokyo on March 15, 2011. A higher than normal level of radiation was detected in Japan's capital Tokyo, but a city government official said it was not considered at the level where it harms human health. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO , Japanese Self-Defense Force soldiers carry the body of a tsunami victim in the city of Ofunato, Iwate prefecture on March 15, 2011 as the country struggles to cope following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami disasters. Japan's government on March 15 urged people against panic-buying of food and supplies, as the country grapples with a massive natural disaster and resulting nuclear crisis. AFP PHOTO / TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA

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