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A month of misery

  Residents of Japan’s northeast coast have suffered through three separate but intertwined disasters since a massive 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast on March 11.

Mental health concerns mount as Japan tsunami realities sink in

Japanese tsunami survivors mourning lost loved ones and struggling to replace shattered homes and workplaces also face daunting mental health concerns, experts warn. Full story

Japan kindergarten remembers child who is "not here today"

At a somber ceremony on Monday, 50 six-year-old kindergarten graduates, most wearing navy blue uniforms, bowed in unison to their teachers and to a small audience of parents. Full story

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  Video shows tsunami engulf Japanese city

Dramatic new scenes demonstrate the power of Friday's tsunami as it rips through Kesennuma in Miyagi Prefecture.

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Volunteers clear up rubble around the Kesennuma Daiichi Bible Baptist Church in the devastated city of Kesennuma, Miyagi prefecture, in northeastern Japan on May 2, 2011. The March 11 earthquake and subsequent tsunami left some 26,000 dead or missing and obliterated whole towns and villages on the n