More than 18,000 people died in the massive earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster that struck Japan's northeastern coast on March 11, 2011.
On Thursday (March 11) it's 10 years since the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan.
10 years ago, the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, one of the largest in the world, was partially destroyed by a tsunami. Many inhabitants fled and a race against the clock to decommission and decontaminate began. But what's it like today?
Tokyo 2020 was put back amid the coronavirus outbreak. But that hasn't stopped the Olympic flame going on a tour of Japan.
Japanese students visit Fukushima memorial
The couple took part in the annual tree-planting ceremony as part of their three-day tour of the nuclear plant, severely damaged by the 2011 earthquake.
A court in Fukushima has ruled that Tokyo Electric Power and the Japanese government are liable for damages of almost 38 million Euros
Final efforts are underway to complete an ice wall at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
Six years on from a massive nuclear disaster, accumulations of lava-like layers were found inside Fukushima nuclear plant.
Six years after the Fukushima nuclear accident, operators of the affected Daiichi Power Plant are using robot technology to check for new damage.
The trial has begun in Japan of three Tepco executives accused of negligence in Fukushima nuclear disaster
A court in Japan has ruled for the first time that the state is jointly liable for negligence over the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011.
Throughout Japan, minutes of silence were observed in tribute to the victims of the earthquake and tsunami that killed more than 18,000 people six years ago.
The country is marking the sixth anniversary of the disaster, which killed more than 18,000 people
After residents were forced to flee their homes in Japan’s Fukushima prefecture in 2011, wild boars moved in.
An underground ice wall has been activated around Japan’s Fukushima nuclear reactors, five years after a deadly earthquake and tsunami wreaked
Greenpeace in Hungary commemorated the anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear accident by lighting up lanterns powered by solar energy on the main