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Victims’ families and friends on Wednesday marked the third anniversary of the eruption of Mount Ontake, the nation’s deadliest postwar volcanic disaster, which killed 58 people and left five more missing and presumed dead.

In the Nagano Prefecture village of Otaki at the foot of the volcano, a cenotaph and monument with the names of the known victims and missing were unveiled.

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