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18 Марта 2011, 14:08

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Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A man cleans out his house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A survivor queues for drinking water in Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ , A man receives a medical check at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , A doctor sits apparently tired at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Japanese rescuers move the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A man cleans out his house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A man cleans out his house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A survivor queues for drinking water in Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ , A man receives a medical check at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , A doctor sits apparently tired at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Japanese rescuers move the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN , Dozens of coffins are pictured on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the March 11 tsunami and earthquake victims. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , Dozens of coffins are placed on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the March 11 tsunami and earthquake victims. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , Japanese rescuers move the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN , An elderly woman (L) and a relative are reunited at a center for displaced persons in the devastated town of Otsuchi, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami hit the northestern coast of Japan's main island of Honshu. The number of people confirmed dead in the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan has hit 6,539, surpassing the toll from the massive tremor in Kobe in 1995, police said on March 18. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN" Dozens of coffins are placed on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the victims of the March 11 earthquake and subsequent tsunami. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. JAPAN OUT AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN" Dozens of coffins are placed on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the victims of the March 11 earthquake and subsequent tsunami. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. JAPAN OUT AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A man cleans out his house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A survivor queues for drinking water in Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ , A man receives a medical check at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , A doctor sits apparently tired at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Japanese rescuers move the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN , Dozens of coffins are pictured on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the March 11 tsunami and earthquake victims. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , Dozens of coffins are placed on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the March 11 tsunami and earthquake victims. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , Japanese rescuers move the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN , An elderly woman (L) and a relative are reunited at a center for displaced persons in the devastated town of Otsuchi, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami hit the northestern coast of Japan's main island of Honshu. The number of people confirmed dead in the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan has hit 6,539, surpassing the toll from the massive tremor in Kobe in 1995, police said on March 18. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN" Dozens of coffins are placed on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the victims of the March 11 earthquake and subsequent tsunami. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. JAPAN OUT AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A man cleans out his house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A survivor queues for drinking water in Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ , A man receives a medical check at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A man cleans out his house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A survivor queues for drinking water in Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ , A man receives a medical check at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , A doctor sits apparently tired at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A man cleans out his house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A survivor queues for drinking water in Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ , A man receives a medical check at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , A doctor sits apparently tired at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Japanese rescuers move the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN , Dozens of coffins are pictured on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the March 11 tsunami and earthquake victims. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , Dozens of coffins are placed on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the March 11 tsunami and earthquake victims. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. 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Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A man cleans out his house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A survivor queues for drinking water in Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ , A man receives a medical check at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , A doctor sits apparently tired at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Japanese rescuers move the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN , Dozens of coffins are pictured on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the March 11 tsunami and earthquake victims. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , Dozens of coffins are placed on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the March 11 tsunami and earthquake victims. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , Japanese rescuers move the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN , An elderly woman (L) and a relative are reunited at a center for displaced persons in the devastated town of Otsuchi, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami hit the northestern coast of Japan's main island of Honshu. The number of people confirmed dead in the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan has hit 6,539, surpassing the toll from the massive tremor in Kobe in 1995, police said on March 18. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN" Dozens of coffins are placed on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the victims of the March 11 earthquake and subsequent tsunami. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. JAPAN OUT AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , JAPAN OUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN" Dozens of coffins are placed on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the victims of the March 11 earthquake and subsequent tsunami. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. JAPAN OUT AFP PHOTO / YOMIURI SHIMBUN , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A man cleans out his house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A survivor queues for drinking water in Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ , A man receives a medical check at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , A doctor sits apparently tired at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Japanese rescuers move the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN , Dozens of coffins are pictured on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the March 11 tsunami and earthquake victims. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , Dozens of coffins are placed on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the March 11 tsunami and earthquake victims. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , Japanese rescuers move the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN , An elderly woman (L) and a relative are reunited at a center for displaced persons in the devastated town of Otsuchi, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive 9.0 magnitude earthquake and tsunami hit the northestern coast of Japan's main island of Honshu. The number of people confirmed dead in the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan has hit 6,539, surpassing the toll from the massive tremor in Kobe in 1995, police said on March 18. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A man cleans out his house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A survivor queues for drinking water in Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ , A man receives a medical check at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , A doctor sits apparently tired at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Japanese rescuers move the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN , Dozens of coffins are pictured on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the March 11 tsunami and earthquake victims. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A man cleans out his house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A survivor queues for drinking water in Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE LOPEZ , A man receives a medical check at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , A doctor sits apparently tired at a shelter in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after the earthquake and tsunami disasters hit. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Japanese rescuers move the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN , Dozens of coffins are pictured on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the March 11 tsunami and earthquake victims. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , Dozens of coffins are placed on the floor of a hall in the town of Rifu in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011 to help with the March 11 tsunami and earthquake victims. The official number of dead and missing after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast a week ago has topped 16,600, with 6,405 confirmed dead on March 18. AFP PHOTO / JIJI PRESS , Japanese rescuers move the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KIM JAE-HWAN
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM , A family clean out their house in the tsunami-devastated town of Otsuchi on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis Friday as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Nicholas KAMM
Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Volunteers distribute rice balls during lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Evacuees eat instant noodles for lunch at a shelter in Rikuzentakata in Iwate prefecture on March 18, 2011, one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged northeastern Japan. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / KAZUHIRO NOGI , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , Nurses take care of a patient who was evacuated from a nursing home in Tomioka town, 60 km from the nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture, in Koriyama on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Ken SHIMIZU , A two-month old baby evacuated along with his parents from the town of Okuma, Fubata district in Fukushima prefecture where the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, is given a bath by a volunteer, Junko Sakamoto in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan conducted new water cooling operations at a quake-hit nuclear plant, using a fleet of fire trucks as workers racing to avert a catastrophe also ran a power cable to the site. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA , A family evacuated from Tomioka town, located within 10km of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, takes a bath for the first time since a massive earthquake and tsunami in the Total Health Clinic in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture on March 18, 2011. Japan battled a nuclear and humanitarian crisis on March 18 as engineers worked to restore power to a stricken atomic plant, while the toll of dead and missing from the quake and tsunami topped 16,000. AFP PHOTO / Go TAKAYAMA

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