NEWS IN: Powerful earthquake of 7.3 magnitude shakes north Japan kills 4, more than 90 injured

A powerful 7.4 magnitude earthquake jolted the coast of Fukushima in Northern Japan, rattling the capital Tokyo and prompting a tsunami advisory for parts of the northeast coast on Wednesday night, smashing furniture, knocking out power and killing four people.

A small tsunami reached shore, but the low-risk advisory was lifted by Thursday morning.

The region is part of northern Japan that was devastated by a deadly 9.0 quake and tsunami 11 years ago that caused nuclear reactor meltdowns, spewing massive radiation that still makes some parts uninhabitable.

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