Selena Hoy

freelance writer

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Freelance writer living in the Machida area of Tokyo, near Yokohama

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A magnitude  8.9 earthquake  struck Japan early this afternoon, the strongest ever recorded in that country and the world’s most severe earthquake in 100 years.

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A magnitude 8.9 earthquake struck Japan early this afternoon, the strongest ever recorded in that country and the world’s most severe earthquake in 100 years.

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