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Japan: Dealing with debris after quake and tsunami

Two months after the earthquake and tsunami in Japan the task of clearing up the wreckage has barely begun.

Towns along the coast have been left clogged with vast amounts of debris.

Local authorities are struggling to find places to put it.

The BBC's Japan correspondent Roland Buerk reports.

  • 16 May 2011
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