Japan Earthquake, Tsunami: 6.6 Aftershock Rattles Northeast on Month Anniversary

A 6.6-magnitude aftershock rattled Japan today on the one-month anniversary of the twin disasters that left at least 25,000 dead and officials scrambling to prevent a meltdown at damaged nuclear reactors. A 3-foot tsunami warning was issued after the temblor hit the northeast coast 5:16 p.m. local time. All advisories and warnings were lifted about an hour later, according to local Japanese TV. Japanese officials reported the aftershock at 7.1 before downgrading it to 7.0, but the U.S....Full Story
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