AP reports: The farmhouse sits about 500 yards down a mud-caked one-lane road strewn with felled trees, the carcasses of pigs and debris from the March 11 tsunami. Sitting alone inside the cold, darkened home is 75-year-old Kunio Shiga. He cannot walk very far, his wife is missing and he is scared and disoriented. "You are the first people I have spoken to" since the tsunami, he tells the AP. Read the full story here.
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Kunio Shiga listens to a battery-powered radio in the living room of his home in Minami Soma, Fukushima prefecture, inside the deserted evacuation zone around the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear complex in northeastern Japan on Friday, April 8. The 75-year-old man had been stranded alone in his farmhouse ever since Japan's monstrous tsunami struck nearly a month ago.