Japan: Disaster Relief Giving Tips
A 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck Japan north of Tokyo on March 11. This disaster was closely followed by an extremely destructive tsunami, destroying several coastal towns. The results have been devastating. Estimates report injuries and fatalities are in the thousands and the death toll is expected to rise. Charities are beginning to solicit and make appeals for donations in an emergency response to help provide relief to those in need.
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