Drivers in Japan queue for petrol
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Japan earthquake: Fuel and food run low

At least 10,000 people have died and half a million are now homeless, following Friday's massive earthquake in Japan.

Finding basics such as food and fuel has become a struggle for many who escaped unhurt from the original disaster.

Mark Kemp, an English teacher in Kitakata which is 120 miles inland, said food supplies were running low and people were queuing for fuel.

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