Japan earthquake Live updates: 30 deaths, tsunami warnings lifted.

Japan earthquake live updates:

Japan has experienced a series of devastating earthquakes since Monday, with a total of 155 recorded so far. The most powerful quake, measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale, has caused significant damage and resulted in a rising death toll of 30 people. Additionally, 14 individuals have sustained serious injuries.

The earthquake triggered tsunami waves, reaching heights of over a meter, which caused further destruction and led to a major fire. The aftermath of the disaster is evident in the form of collapsed buildings, sunken boats, charred homes, and widespread power outages.

Although the Japan Meteorological Agency has lifted all tsunami warnings and advisories, there is still a possibility of minor changes in tidal levels.

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Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has acknowledged the extensive damage and casualties caused by the earthquakes. With the tsunami warning no longer in effect, the government is now focusing on establishing sea routes to reach isolated areas in the affected region. As of Tuesday, over 32,000 households remain without power, and major highways near the epicenter have been closed. Bullet train services from Tokyo have also been suspended.

The Japan Meteorological Agency has issued a warning that more strong aftershocks may occur in the coming days.

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