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On 26 December 2004, some 250,000 people were killed when an earthquake in the Indian Ocean triggered a tsunami wave that wiped out whole communities across south Asia.
An 8.0 magnitude earthquake that struck off the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific has triggered a localised tsunami and killed a number of people.
A nation paused in grief on 11 March 2012 as Japan marked the one-year anniversary of the magnitude-9.0 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident.
Shinto priests in Japan are preparing to hold commemoration ceremonies to mark the one-year anniversary of the terrible earthquake and tsunami.
Japan's churches bodies have been urged to form a consortium to respond to the devastating earthquake, tsunami and nuclear power plant accident.
A 'cross of comfort' has been erected at a church site about one month after its building was washed away by the tsunami that devastated Japan.
Following the 11 March earthquake and tsunami, a Christian network is joining with Buddhists to provide bereavement services to prevent suicides.
Churches across Japan are responding to the impacts of the 11 March earthquake and its subsequent tsunamis and nuclear power plant accidents.
The Methodist Church’s World Mission Fund has launched an appeal on behalf of its partner church in Japan after the huge earthquake and tsunami.
Following the tsunami in Japan, CND has expressed concern over the siting of nuclear power stations in coastal areas.
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