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Welcome to the program.

Along with the rest of the

world, Australians have been

transfixed and horrified by the devastating images from the

northern coast of Japan. It's

feared more than 20,000 people may have massive earthquake in and

related tsunami. Waves of

churning mud and debris obliterated entire obliterated entire towns.

Almost half a million people

have fled the have fled the disaster zone,

thousands more are struggling

to get food and water and millions have been left without

power. It's being described as

the island nation's biggest crisis since the Second World

War. And tonight, efforts are

continuing to prevent a

meltdown at the Fukushima

nuclear react or complex north

of Tokyo. Expert analysis of

the unfolding and we'll cross to Tokyo to