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BANGALORE, INDIA: Within a few hours of the first report on earthquake at Japan, the entire world is talking and spreading awareness about it. Thousands of reports could be seen talking about the earthquake, the aftermath tsunami and the alerts.

Al Jazeera English claimed to be among the first ones to get live videos of the earthquake.

The early reports came at around11:30 am IST.

A few tweets were re-shared more than 200 times. One of them is: “davechappelle #prayforjapan imes like this we gotta stick together, real talk. God bless everyone affected” by the earthquake &#tsunami.

bbcbreaking:#Tsunamiwarnings also issued for Guam, the Philippines, the Marshall Islands, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Nauru, Micronesia and Hawaii

In order to spread more information and bring some relief to the people, Google introduced People Finder. The application is available in English and Japanese and can be used to inform about missing people during the Japan earthquake.

Going a step further, Google search results, also mentions archived stories about tsunami that date back to 2004 and more.

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