Japan: Recovering from Aftershock

Friday, April 08, 2011

Nearly one million people in Japan are still without power this morning following a powerful aftershock that rattled the nation. the 7.1 aftershock was the strongest to hit the region since the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Reporter for The New York Times, Ken Belson, is in Tokyo. He says the aftershock comes at a time when the country is trying to rebuild some of its infrastructure.


Ken Belson

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