Japan: 3.2 million people flee unprecedented floods while M6.1 earthquake hits main Honshu Island

While Japan is devastated by unprecedented floods – dozens of dead and 3.2 million people evacuated – a M6.1 earthquake, now donwgraded to M5.9 by USGS, has hit off the eastern coast of the main islan…
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