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Nuclear fallout spreads abroad. The radiation leaks have triggered a seismic response outside Japan. Germany has taken seven plants offline, and in Canada, many are stockpiling iodine tablets just in case. Japan continues to struggle as the nuclear crisis grows. The search for survivors from the earthquake and the tsunami persists. Here are the latest amazing videos from the earthquake and tsunami survivors.
The U.S. Geological Survey raised the magnitude of the deadly earthquake that struck offshore northern Japan on Friday to 9.0 from 8.9. USGS said on its website. "This magnitude places the earthquake as the fourth largest in the world since 1900 and the largest in Japan since modern instrumental recordings began 130 years ago."
View video: Nuclear fallout spreads abroad. The radiation leaks have triggered a seismic response outside Japan. Germany has taken seven plants offline, and in Canada, many are stockpiling iodine tablets just in case.
View video: Bodies pulled out of rubble. More bodies are pulled out of the rubble in northeastern Japan as survivors seek medical care and shelter.
View video: Amazing tsunami survivor stories. While earthquake and tsunami rescue efforts continue in Japan, some survivors tell their stories.
View video:A man is pulled from the rubble alive, 96 hours after the powerful earthquake and tsunami struck the northeastern coast of Japan.
View video: IAEA: Japan nuclear plant damage "worrying". Yukiya Amano, the director general of the IAEA - said on Tuesday that there might be limited core damage at one of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant's reactors.
View video: Snow falls as hope fades in Japan. Rescuers brave the elements to comb through the rubble of fallen cities searching for survivors but finding few.
View video: Cost of Japan quake may top $200 bln. Japan's devastating earthquake and deepening nuclear crisis could result in losses of up to $200 billion for the world's third largest economy, but the global impact remains hard to gauge.
View video: Back from Japan. Vancouver Island teens Chayse Spence and Tsitika Ledlin were in Japan during the earthquake, and got back to Canada on Tuesday.
View video: Death toll rises in Japan. Tue, Mar 15: At least 3300 people are confirmed dead in Japan and thousands of bodies may still be in the rubble. Daunting rescue and recovery operations are underway.
View video: Rescued in Japan. Tue, Mar 15: The images of devastation and misery in Japan are widespread. But there are also new and uplifting stories -- including two survivors who have been found in the debris.
View video: Nuclear plant badly damaged. The situation at a nuclear power plant in Japan worsens after massive earthquake in Japan.
View video:Tokyo cuts power to conserve energy. Schools, shops and streets are in the dark in parts of Tokyo as Japan cuts power in a bid to conserve energy following last week's devastating earthquake.
View video:Disaster preparations ongoing. Officials are preparing for the worst at a nuclear power plant after a third explosion.
View video: Residents stock up amid nuclear panic. Tokyo residents head to petrol stations, drugstores and supermarkets after a nuclear power plant explosion sends low levels of radiation floating towards the capital.
View video: Latest developments from Japan. Clean up from a devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan continues, threats from a nuclear plant lessened.
View video: Amateur video captures tsunami horror. Amateur video captures the tsunami as it hits Japan with deadly force
View video: Japan: Nuclear threat no "Chernobyl". As Japan faces a nuclear crisis, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano says the threat will not be like Chernobyl
View video: Japan quake evacuees scanned for radiation exposure. Although the Japanese government insisted radiation levels were low, thousands of people evacuated from areas around a crippled nuclear power plant were scanned for radiation exposure.
View video: Rescue operation in Sendai. Parts of Sendai burn as rescue workers search for survivors amidst the rubble and debris in Japan
View video: Japan's nuclear crisis deepens. Nuclear crisis deepens in Japan with the cooling systems in a second reactor failing while residents try to come to grips with the devastation surrounding them.
View video: Japan braces for power outages. As tens of thousands of residents are evacuated from areas close to a damaged nuclear plant, earthquake survivors receive more bad news as authorities plan power cuts.
View video: Tales of survival in devastated Japan. Residents of quake and tsunami-ravaged Miyako city recount their escape from the surging waters.
View video: Japan's crisis continues. With no food, water, or shelter - the new reality in northeast Japan sinks in, as the search for survivors continues.
View video: World comes to Japan's aid. More than 50 countries, including Canada, have stepped forward to pledge help for Japan. Christina Stevens and Eric Sorensen report.
View video: Prime Minister: Japan will overcome crisis. Prime Minister Naoto Kan says he is confident Japan will overcome the earthquake-tsunami crisis.
View video: Prayers for Japan. The Pope calls on the faithful to pray for the victims of Japan's earthquake as citizens of Germany and Russia offer condolences.