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Topic - Norikazu Muratani
Prime Minister Naoto Kan paid another visit to Japan's tsunami-devastated coast Sunday, promising officials in a fishing-dependent city that his government will do whatever it can to help.
"It's been more than a month since the massive earthquake and tsunami, but we still have lots of people still missing," Defense Ministry spokesman Norikazu Muratani said. "We want to recover them and return them to their families."
"A month after the earthquake and tsunami, many people are still missing," said Japanese Defense Ministry spokesman Norikazu Muratani. "We would like to do our utmost to find bodies for their families."