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Japan's National Meteorological Administration canceled a tsunami warning that had been in effect for about 2 p.m. This is stated in a message published on Sunday on the website of the department, TASS reports.

Meanwhile, along the coast of Japan, there is still the possibility of a slight change in water levels, meteorologists emphasize.

The Fire and Disaster Management Agency said at least 210,000 people in seven prefectures — Aomori, Iwate, Miyagi, Chiba, Kochi, Miyazaki and Kagoshima — were asked to flee from the seaside. The alert included areas hit by the deadly March 2011 tsunami.

 

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