Japan earthquake: Town that stood up to the tsunami

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Three weeks after being hit by a devastating tsunami, authorities in Japan are starting to consider how they could have been better prepared for the disaster.

Roland Buerk reports from Oirase on Japan's north east coast, where a sea wall proved decisive in protecting citizens.

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