Japan just can’t seem to catch a break this past week, as it recovers from an 8.9-magnitude earthquake, which triggered a massive tsunami that flooded and crushed cities across the country’s northeast.
Authorities also raced to prevent multiple nuclear reactor meltdowns amid mass evacuations and radioactive contamination fears.
In the south, a volcano erupted ash and boulders after a couple weeks of inactivity.
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