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Japan: Collapsed houses and destroyed buildings in Anamizu after deadly earthquake

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Images of collapsed houses and destroyed buildings in Anamizu, Japan, after the deadly New Year's earthquake as the death toll rises to 92 on Friday, with the number of missing jumping to 242. IMAGES

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