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PBS NEWSHOUR

State of Life in Japan Two Years After Tsumani

  • Aired: 03/14/2013
  • 05:56
  • Rating: E
In 2011 Japan was hit with one of the strongest earthquakes in recorded history, prompting a devastating tsunami and a nuclear disaster. How are residents coping with the aftermath two years later? Ray Suarez interviews Yuki Tatsumi, senior analyst on U.S.-Japanese relations at the Stimson Center.
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