Japanese start to rebuild after quake

15:28, March 21, 2011      

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An old man picks up a metal basin among the rubble in the Kesennuma, the city hit worst by the 9.0-magnitude earthquake that struck northeast of Miyagi Prefecture exactly one week ago. Still immersed in the loss of their loved ones, livelihoods and homes, locals started to rebuild their homeland following the devastating earthquake. (Xinhua Photo)


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