Tsunami hits Japan after strong quake, nuclear plant briefly disrupted

TOKYO (Reuters) – A powerful earthquake rocked northern Japan on Tuesday, the Japan Meteorological Agency said, generating a tsunami that hit the same region devastated by a massive quake, tsunami and nuclear disaster in 2011. The earthquake, which was …
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