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A Japanese soldier stands next to a line of wrapped-up bodies recovered from the sea of devastation and debris in Natori, Miyagi prefecture on March 16,  2011 after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. The official toll of the dead and missing following a devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast has topped 11,000, with 3,676 confirmed dead, police said on March 16.

A Japanese soldier stands next to a line of wrapped-up bodies recovered from the sea of devastation and debris in Natori, Miyagi prefecture on March 16, 2011 after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. The official toll of the dead and missing following a devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan’s northeast coast has topped 11,000, with 3,676 confirmed dead, police said on March 16.

A Japanese Self-Defence Force soldier stands next to the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in Natori in Miyagi Prefecture on March 16, 2011. Japan's Emperor Akihito delivered a rare address to a jittery nation in dread of nuclear catastrophe on March 16 as millions struggled in desperate conditions after quake and tsunami disasters.

A Japanese Self-Defence Force soldier stands next to the body of a victim of the March 11 tsunami and earthquake found in a collapsed house in Natori in Miyagi Prefecture on March 16, 2011. Japan’s Emperor Akihito delivered a rare address to a jittery nation in dread of nuclear catastrophe on March 16 as millions struggled in desperate conditions after quake and tsunami disasters.

Policemen gather around the covered bodies of victims retrieved from the debris in Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture, days after the area was devastated by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami, March 16, 2011.

Policemen gather around the covered bodies of victims retrieved from the debris in Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture, days after the area was devastated by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami, March 16, 2011.

A woman cries as she holds the hand of her dead mother buried in mud after an earthquake and a tsunami in Rikuzentakata City, Iwate Prefecture, northeastern Japan March 16, 2011.

A woman cries as she holds the hand of her dead mother buried in mud after an earthquake and a tsunami in Rikuzentakata City, Iwate Prefecture, northeastern Japan March 16, 2011.

Japanese Defense Force members search for victims in the tsunami devastated Kamaishi city, Iwate prefecture on March 16, 2011. The official toll of the dead and missing following a devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast has topped 11,000, with 3,676 confirmed dead, police said. The total number of people unaccounted for in the wake of Friday's twin disasters rose by more than 800 to 7,558, the national police agency said in its latest update.

Japanese Defense Force members search for victims in the tsunami devastated Kamaishi city, Iwate prefecture on March 16, 2011. The official toll of the dead and missing following a devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan’s northeast coast has topped 11,000, with 3,676 confirmed dead, police said. The total number of people unaccounted for in the wake of Friday’s twin disasters rose by more than 800 to 7,558, the national police agency said in its latest update.

A man directs a firefighter to a house where a body was found in a tsunami destroyed building in Kamaishi, Iwate prefecture on March 16, 2011, after the devasting earthquake and ensuing tsunami on March 11. The official toll of the dead and missing following a devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast has topped 11,000, with 3,676 confirmed dead, police said. The total number of people unaccounted for in the wake of Friday's twin disasters rose by more than 800 to 7,558, the national police agency said in its latest update. Two bodies were found in the house.

A man directs a firefighter to a house where a body was found in a tsunami destroyed building in Kamaishi, Iwate prefecture on March 16, 2011, after the devasting earthquake and ensuing tsunami on March 11. The official toll of the dead and missing following a devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan’s northeast coast has topped 11,000, with 3,676 confirmed dead, police said. The total number of people unaccounted for in the wake of Friday’s twin disasters rose by more than 800 to 7,558, the national police agency said in its latest update. Two bodies were found in the house.

A mother hugs her one-year-old twins as they are reunited five days after an earthquake and a tsunami devastated northeastern coastal towns in Japan Wednesday March 16, 2011 on Oshima Island in Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture.

A mother hugs her one-year-old twins as they are reunited five days after an earthquake and a tsunami devastated northeastern coastal towns in Japan Wednesday March 16, 2011 on Oshima Island in Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture.

KESENNUMA, JAPAN - MARCH 16:  Rescue workers carry a charred body from the rubble of a village destroyed by the devastating earthquake, fires and tsunami March 16, 2011 in Kesennuma, Miyagi province, Japan. The 9.0 magnitude strong earthquake struck offshore on March 11 at 2:46pm local time, triggering a tsunami wave of up to ten metres which engulfed large parts of north-eastern Japan. As the death toll continues to rise, the country is also struggling to contain a potential nuclear meltdown after the nuclear plant was seriously damaged from the quake.

KESENNUMA, JAPAN – MARCH 16: Rescue workers carry a charred body from the rubble of a village destroyed by the devastating earthquake, fires and tsunami March 16, 2011 in Kesennuma, Miyagi province, Japan. The 9.0 magnitude strong earthquake struck offshore on March 11 at 2:46pm local time, triggering a tsunami wave of up to ten metres which engulfed large parts of north-eastern Japan. As the death toll continues to rise, the country is also struggling to contain a potential nuclear meltdown after the nuclear plant was seriously damaged from the quake.

KESENNUMA, JAPAN - MARCH 16:  Rescue workers carry a charred body from the rubble onto a truck from a village destroyed by the devastating earthquake, fires and tsunami March 16, 2011 in Kesennuma, Miyagi province, Japan. The 9.0 magnitude strong earthquake struck offshore on March 11 at 2:46pm local time, triggering a tsunami wave of up to ten metres which engulfed large parts of north-eastern Japan. As the death toll continues to rise, the country is also struggling to contain a potential nuclear meltdown after the nuclear plant was seriously damaged from the quake.

KESENNUMA, JAPAN – MARCH 16: Rescue workers carry a charred body from the rubble onto a truck from a village destroyed by the devastating earthquake, fires and tsunami March 16, 2011 in Kesennuma, Miyagi province, Japan. The 9.0 magnitude strong earthquake struck offshore on March 11 at 2:46pm local time, triggering a tsunami wave of up to ten metres which engulfed large parts of north-eastern Japan. As the death toll continues to rise, the country is also struggling to contain a potential nuclear meltdown after the nuclear plant was seriously damaged from the quake.

Members of a British search and rescue team begin their search for trapped people as snow falls in Kamaishi, Japan, Wednesday, March 16, 2011. Two search and rescue teams from the U.S. and a team from the U.K. with combined numbers of around 220 personnel searched the town for survivors Wednesday to help in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami.

Members of a British search and rescue team begin their search for trapped people as snow falls in Kamaishi, Japan, Wednesday, March 16, 2011. Two search and rescue teams from the U.S. and a team from the U.K. with combined numbers of around 220 personnel searched the town for survivors Wednesday to help in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami.

Members of the Japan Self Defence force walk through the snow-covered ruins of Kamaishi, Iwate Prefecture, days after the area was devastated by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami March 16, 2011.

Members of a British search and rescue team climb over debris from the tsunami, whilst searching for trapped people as snow falls in Kamaishi, Japan, Wednesday, March 16, 2011. Two search and rescue teams from the U.S. and a team from the U.K. with combined numbers of around 220 personnel searched the town for survivors Wednesday to help in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami.

Members of a British search and rescue team climb over debris from the tsunami, whilst searching for trapped people as snow falls in Kamaishi, Japan, Wednesday, March 16, 2011. Two search and rescue teams from the U.S. and a team from the U.K. with combined numbers of around 220 personnel searched the town for survivors Wednesday to help in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami.

Local residents pass collapsed houses that were pushed onto a road in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 16, 2011. The official toll of the dead and missing following a devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan's northeast coast has topped 11,000, with 3,676 confirmed dead, police said. The total number of people unaccounted for in the wake of Friday's twin disasters rose by more than 800 to 7,558, the national police agency said in its latest update.

Local residents pass collapsed houses that were pushed onto a road in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 16, 2011. The official toll of the dead and missing following a devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan’s northeast coast has topped 11,000, with 3,676 confirmed dead, police said. The total number of people unaccounted for in the wake of Friday’s twin disasters rose by more than 800 to 7,558, the national police agency said in its latest update.

Japanese Self-Defence Force soldiers look for victims amid the snow-covered debris left by the March 11 tsunami and earthquake in Natori in Miyagi Prefecture on March 16, 2011. Japan's Emperor Akihito delivered a rare address to a jittery nation in dread of nuclear catastrophe on Marcg 16 as millions struggled in desperate conditions after quake and tsunami disasters.

Japanese Self-Defence Force soldiers look for victims amid the snow-covered debris left by the March 11 tsunami and earthquake in Natori in Miyagi Prefecture on March 16, 2011. Japan’s Emperor Akihito delivered a rare address to a jittery nation in dread of nuclear catastrophe on Marcg 16 as millions struggled in desperate conditions after quake and tsunami disasters.

Japanese Self-Defence Force soldiers look for victims amid the snow-covered debris left by the March 11 tsunami and earthquake in Natori in Miyagi Prefecture on March 16, 2011. Japan's Emperor Akihito delivered a rare address to a jittery nation in dread of nuclear catastrophe on Marcg 16 as millions struggled in desperate conditions after quake and tsunami disasters.

Japanese Self-Defence Force soldiers look for victims amid the snow-covered debris left by the March 11 tsunami and earthquake in Natori in Miyagi Prefecture on March 16, 2011. Japan’s Emperor Akihito delivered a rare address to a jittery nation in dread of nuclear catastrophe on Marcg 16 as millions struggled in desperate conditions after quake and tsunami disasters.

A ship washed inland by the March 11 tsunami sits in an open area covered with debris in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 16, 2011. Japan's Emperor Akihito delivered a rare address to a jittery nation in dread of nuclear catastrophe on March 16 as millions struggled in desperate conditions after quake and tsunami disasters.

A ship washed inland by the March 11 tsunami sits in an open area covered with debris in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 16, 2011. Japan’s Emperor Akihito delivered a rare address to a jittery nation in dread of nuclear catastrophe on March 16 as millions struggled in desperate conditions after quake and tsunami disasters.

Members of the US Fairfax County search and rescue team from Virginia enter a destroyed house to look for survivors in Kamaishi on March 16, 2011, four days after the devasting earthquake and ensuing tsunami on March 11.

Members of the US Fairfax County search and rescue team from Virginia enter a destroyed house to look for survivors in Kamaishi on March 16, 2011, four days after the devasting earthquake and ensuing tsunami on March 11

Damage caused by the March 11 tsunami is seen from a hill overlooking the city of Kesennuma on March 16, 2011. Japan's Emperor Akihito delivered a rare address to a jittery nation in dread of nuclear catastrophe on March 16 as millions struggled in desperate conditions after quake and tsunami disasters.

Damage caused by the March 11 tsunami is seen from a hill overlooking the city of Kesennuma on March 16, 2011. Japan’s Emperor Akihito delivered a rare address to a jittery nation in dread of nuclear catastrophe on March 16 as millions struggled in desperate conditions after quake and tsunami disasters.

Ships are left aground among destroyed houses in Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture, Wednesday, March 16, 2011, five days after an earthquake-triggered tsunami devastated northeastern Japan.

Ships are left aground among destroyed houses in Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture, Wednesday, March 16, 2011, five days after an earthquake-triggered tsunami devastated northeastern Japan.

KESENNUMA, JAPAN - MARCH 16:  Rescue workers carry a charred body from the rubble of a village destroyed by the devastating earthquake, fires and tsunami on March 16, 2011 in Kesennuma, Miyagi province, Japan. The 9.0 magnitude strong earthquake struck offshore on March 11 at 2:46pm local time, triggering a tsunami wave of up to ten metres which engulfed large parts of north-eastern Japan. As the death toll continues to rise, the country is also struggling to contain a potential nuclear meltdown after the nuclear plant was seriously damaged from the quake.

KESENNUMA, JAPAN – MARCH 16: Rescue workers carry a charred body from the rubble of a village destroyed by the devastating earthquake, fires and tsunami on March 16, 2011 in Kesennuma, Miyagi province, Japan. The 9.0 magnitude strong earthquake struck offshore on March 11 at 2:46pm local time, triggering a tsunami wave of up to ten metres which engulfed large parts of north-eastern Japan. As the death toll continues to rise, the country is also struggling to contain a potential nuclear meltdown after the nuclear plant was seriously damaged from the quake.

KESENNUMA, JAPAN - MARCH 16:  Rescue workers cover a body from the rubble of a village destroyed by the devastating earthquake, fires and tsunami March 16, 2011 in Kesennuma, Miyagi province, Japan. Thousands have been killed after the 8.9 earthquake struck the northeast coast of the Japan 5 days ago. Presently the country is struggling to contain a potential nuclear meltdown after the nuclear plant was seriously damaged from the quake and Japan's Emperor Akihito is said to be ''deeply worried'' about the aftermath and consequences from the earthquake affecting his country.

The official toll of the dead and missing following a devastating earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan’s northeast coast has topped 12 000, with 4 277 confirmed dead, police said Wednesday.

12 000 missing in Japan

The number of injured from Friday’s twin disasters stood at 2 282.

On Sunday, the police chief of Miyagi, one of the hardest-hit prefectures, said the number of deaths was expected to exceed 10 000 in his region alone.

Amid a mass rescue effort there were grim updates indicating severe loss of life along the battered east coast of Honshu island, where the monster waves destroyed or damaged more than 55 380 homes and other buildings.

A man (L) walks next to a ship washed inland by the March 11 tsunami in the city of Kesennuma in Miyagi prefecture on March 16, 2011. Japan's Emperor Akihito delivered a rare address to a jittery nation in dread of nuclear catastrophe on March 16 as millions struggled in desperate conditions after quake and tsunami disasters.

Damage caused by the March 11 tsunami is seen from a hill overlooking the city of Kesennuma on March 16, 2011. Japan's Emperor Akihito delivered a rare address to a jittery nation in dread of nuclear catastrophe on March 16 as millions struggled in desperate conditions after quake and tsunami disasters.

A Japan Self-Defense Force officer gives instruction to his team at the devastated residential area of Otsuchi as heavy snow falls March 16, 2011. In the fishermen town of Otsuchi in Iwate prefecture, 12,000 out of a population of 15,000 have disappeared following Friday's massive earthquake and tsunami.

A Japan Self-Defense Force officer gives instruction to his team at the devastated residential area of Otsuchi as heavy snow falls March 16, 2011. In the fishermen town of Otsuchi in Iwate prefecture, 12,000 out of a population of 15,000 have disappeared following Friday’s massive earthquake and tsunami.


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