Surveying existing damage

Nobuo Watanabe, right, and his wife, Seiko, with their dog look at a breakwater badly damaged by the last year's earthquake and tsunami in Minamisanriku, Japan, on Sunday. People across Japan prayed and stood in silence on Sunday to remember the massive disaster that struck the nation one year ago, killing more than 19,000 people and unleashing the world's worst <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVAAD00002" title="Japan Nuclear Emergency (2011)" href="/topic/disasters-accidents/nuclear-disasters/japan-nuclear-emergency-%282011%29-EVAAD00002.topic">nuclear crisis</a> in a quarter century.
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( Shizuo Kambayashi / Associated Press )

Nobuo Watanabe, right, and his wife, Seiko, with their dog look at a breakwater badly damaged by the last year's earthquake and tsunami in Minamisanriku, Japan, on Sunday. People across Japan prayed and stood in silence on Sunday to remember the massive disaster that struck the nation one year ago, killing more than 19,000 people and unleashing the world's worst nuclear crisis in a quarter century.

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