Japan: One Month After The Quake

April 11, 2011

Claire O'Neill

Japan is still reeling from the 9.0- magnitude earthquake and tsunami — and series of aftershocks — that have left the country in disrepair. According to the AP, thousands are missing or dead, entire cities lie in ruin and the fear of radiation still looms. But exactly one month after that first quake, people in Japan and abroad are taking time Monday to pray, to remember the dead, or to express hope for a brighter future. Here are just a few scenes: Copyright 2011 National Public Radio. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.