Sunday, April 10, 2011

Japan's struggle

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One month on photographer Jake Price has sent this report from Natori, one of the areas most affected by the disaster.

Continue reading the main storyTo see the enhanced content on this page, you need to have JavaScript enabled and Adobe Flash installed. Slideshow photography, audio and production by Jake Price

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