An earthquake measuring 8.9 in magnitude has hit Japan and the Pacific, causing a tsunami. As the world watches, the Internet is providing ways to find out if family and friends are affected.
Quake of 8.9-magnitude, aftershocks, and tsunamis strike Japan, causing major damage, triggering evacuations in several countries, and leading to tsunami warnings for Hawaii and West Coast of U.S.
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Web giant's resource page aims to help people share information about friends and loved ones who might be affected by the massive quake.
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