Stand-alone photo: In Japan, remembering the earthquake victims

About 3,700 people gather at Kobe East Park in Kobe, Japan on Wednesday morning for an event titled “1.17 meeting” to remember the Great Hanshin Earthquake. The quake occurred on Jan. 17, 1995, and ultimately claimed 6,434 lives. This year marked the 23rd …
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