March 11, 2011. An earthquake measuring 9.0 on the Richter scales strikes Japan. A tsunami follows, causing critical damage to the nuclear power plant of Fukushima. The buildings are left in ruins, the infrastructure crumbling, the population was displaced. That was two years ago.
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