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“Japan Is Struck by Powerful Aftershock (Many Still Without Power After Japan Aftershock)” via the New York Times

TOKYO — More than 450,000 households remained without electricity on Friday evening after the strongest aftershock to hit since the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan rocked a wide section of the country’s northeast.

The public broadcaster, NHK, said two people had died in Miyagi and Yamagata, including a 63-year-old woman whose ventilator stopped working in the blackout, and The Associated Press later reported a third person had died. Many more were injured.

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