Though the two Japanese towns of Ofunato and Yoshihama were both hit in the March 11 disaster, massive differences exist in terms of losses and casualties.
Whichever way you choose to look at it, cricket, like life, though unfair in itself, levels the playing field.
Questions are being asked on the way the Fukushima plant operator handled the emergency situation and that it failed to protect the workers from radiation.
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In Rikuzentakata, Japan, the March 11 earthquake and tsunami created a trail of destruction and death that has left the crematorium overwhelmed.
While Google has not mentioned from which country these targeted activists were from, and did not answer Al Jazeera's query when we contacted them for more information, we have learned that at least some of the targets were in China, and that some of the perpetrators are also based in China.
Following a devastating earthquake that wrecked their lives, homes and towns, Japanese citizens are now trying to move on.
Japanese are escaping food and fuel shortage in the Tohoku and Kanto regions.
Ask Afghan security forces if they are ready to take charge of security and the answer is always the same: not without better equipment.
The head chef of the Gasyu-Toutou restaurant told us that while supplies aren't running low in Osaka, that sending food up north meant that prices would go up here soon.
Fearing radiation after the explosion at Fukushima nuclear reactor, people are flocking to far away areas believed to be safe.