An earthquake at 6.2 hit the north east of Japan Thursday evening (local time). Good that there is no reports on injured or hurt people. This might due to the fact that the earthquake center was quite far from land. Nearly 20,000 people died or were left missing across Japan’s northeastern coast after a massive earthquake and tsunami on March 11 this year. The disaster damaged a nuclear power plant, forcing another 100,000 people to leave their homes because of a radiation threat.


Source:
japantoday.com