Fukushima residents: Quake brings back memories of deadly Great Tohoku Earthquake

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    A magnitude-7.3 earthquake hit Fukushima Prefecture, around 240 kilometers from Tokyo, in northeastern Japan late Saturday night. The quake cracked walls, shattered windows and triggered a landslide, but no tsunami warnings were issued. Over 150 people were injured, and no deaths were reported. A CGTN stringer recorded footage of Fukushima, showing how people feel about the earthquake.

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