Passengers watch a television broadcasting of U.S. President Barack Obama’s statement to Japan at Narita airport

Passengers watch a television broadcasting of U.S. President Barack Obama’s statement to Japan at Narita airport in Narita, east of Tokyo March 18, 2011. Public trust in the Japanese government faces its biggest test since World War Two over the handling of the nation’s nuclear crisis, raising concerns that a breakdown in confidence could fuel panic and chaos if appeals for calm go unheeded. Foreigners are leaving Tokyo, or shutting themselves indoors, and supermarket shelves are running empty despite authorities assuring citizens there is no need to panic from the crisis unfolding at a quake-stricken nuclear power plant. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN – Tags: DISASTER POLITICS)

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