Japan Tsunami

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On Friday an earthquake occurred in the same Japanese coast devastated by last year's massive earthquake and tsunami. Several people were reportedly injured and some building were moving, reported the L.A Times.

The earthquake had magnitude of 7.3 and occurred at 5:18 p.m. reported ABC News.

After the earthquake the authorities issued an alarm of a possible tsunami, but two hours later the alarmed was canceled, reported ABC, news.

L.A Times reported that the public television broadcaster NHK reported that five people were injured, including a 75-year-old woman in Miyagi.

There was no reports of any nuclear plants damages, but only two of Japan's 50 nuclear plants are operating at the moment. The other ones have been shut down for safety checks, reported L.A Times

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