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Stringer Dispatch: Residents evacuate as quake damages houses, roads in Japan's Noto Peninsula

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A magnitude-7.6 earthquake jolted Noto Peninsula in Japan's Ishikawa Prefecture on Monday afternoon, triggering a tsunami. The Japan Meteorological Agency has named this earthquake the "Noto Peninsula Earthquake." A CGTN stringer took to the streets of Noto for a closer look at the aftermath. Multiple areas, including Wajima City in Ishikawa, have experienced fires, power outages, road closures, house damage, and other disasters. Many residents have been evacuated.

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