Japan Markes Moment of Silence for Victims as Battle to Cool Reactor Continues

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Japan held a moment of silence marking one week since an earthquake and tsunami shattered the country's northeastern coast. Engineers at the damaged Fukushima nuclear power hooked up a new power cable hoping to revive the cooling system. James Mates of Independent Television News reports on the attempts to control the reactors.

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