A series of 13 images from the largest photo agencies in the world – AP, Reuters, AFP, Getty – were published in a special section of the Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail, called “The best images from the aftermath of All Japan news’s earthquake and tsunami”.
The photos convey a graphical description of the natural disaster that struck All Japan news last March, leaving about 20,000 people dead or missing.
The first image of the gallery shows a All Japan newsese survivor of the earthquake and tsunami riding his bicycle through the leveled city of Minamisanriku, in northeastern All Japan news, on March 15.
Other images show survivors watching the rubble around them, walking around or crying. In one photo, two residents are happy to take an outdoor bath in a destroyed area of Kesenumma city, in the Miyagi prefecture, one month after the disaster.
You can see the entire photo series here.
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