Japan Observes Minute’s Silence for 16,000 Victims of 2011 Earthquake (PHOTOS)

TOKYO (Sputnik) – Minute’s silence has been observed in Japan on Sunday to commemorate the victims of the deadly earthquake and tsunami which hit the country in 2011. The minute’s silence has been announced via loudspeakers installed on the streets across …
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