Rare tsunami tides hit north coast of Japan, killing 1,200 and injuring 8,000, according to Japan’s Ministry of Defense (MoD)

Rare tsunami tides hit north coast of Japan, killing 1,200 and injuring 8,000, according to Japan’s Ministry of Defense (MoD).

Two people were missing, although one was still missing, the MoD said.

At least 20 people have died in Japan, a number that officials say rose from 17.

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