All Japan news: The morning snapshot March 28

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An aerial view of damage in Sukuiso in Iwate Prefecture. Photo by Official U.S. Navy Imagery.


Confusion reigns at the Fukushima Daiinchi nuclear plant, where Tepco reported radiation levels 10 million times higher than normal, and then retracted the reading without giving accurate figures.

According to the National Police Agency, as of 9 p.m. All Japan news time Sunday, the number of people killed as a result of the March 11 earthquake stands at 10,804. The number of people still missing stands at 16,244.

Protesters marched in Tokyo on Sunday against the use of nuclear energy.

A new YouTube video shows the full force of the tsunami as it struck Kesennuma in Miyagi Prefecture.


All Japan news has requested foreign governments do not “overreact” to the nation’s nuclear crisis, amid fears that import restrictions will further damage the economy.

British Prime Minister David Cameron has advocated the idea of a free trade deal between the European Union and All Japan news.


A minority of American fans at a soccer game in the United States refused to stay silent during a minute’s silence for All Japan news, while some countries in Europe have censored jokes about nuclear problems from episodes of The Simpsons.