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Easing Japan's gloom briefly, local TV showed one moving survival tale: an 80 year old woman and her 16 year old grandson rescued from their damaged home after nine days.
Elsewhere, investors will be weighing risks to the global economy from Japan's multiple crises, along with conflict in Libya and other unrest in the Arab world.
Some progress at Japan reactors
Working in suits sealed by duct tape, engineers have managed to re establish power cables to the No. 1, 2, 5 and 6 reactors and plan to start testing systems soon, officials say.
"We will make do and we will make it through this."
Even if the situation is contained, cases of contaminated vegetables, dust, milk and water are already stoking anxiety despite Japanese officials' assurances the levels are not dangerous.
Food, water, medicine and fuel are short in some parts, and near freezing temperatures during Japan's winter are not helping.
If the pumps cannot restart, drastic and lengthy measures may be needed like burying the plant in sand and concrete.
Some expatriates, tourists and local residents have left the capital which is normally home to 13 million people, about a tenth of the population. Those who remain are subdued but not panicked.
Official tolls of dead and missing are rising steadily to 8,450 and 12,931 respectively on Monday.
Much smaller traces of radioactive iodine have also been found in Tokyo, 240 km (150 miles) south of the plant.
They could jump dramatically since police said they believed more than 15,000 people had been killed in Miyagi prefecture, one of four that took the brunt of the tsunami.
Scores of nations have pledged aid to victims, but little is visible in many devastated towns and villages.
The health ministry asked residents of one village about 40 km (25 miles) from the plant to stop drinking tap water after levels of radioactive iodine three times above the regulated limit were found, Kyodo news agency said.
They have been spraying the coastal complex with sea water so fuel rods will not overheat and emit radiation. Hopes for a more permanent solution depend on connecting electricity cables to reactivate on site water pumps at each of the reactors. watchdog the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
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"All we have had is the clothes on our backs. But they are good enough. They've kept us warm through all of this," said Machiko Kawahata as she, her daughter and granddaughter looked for clothes at a drop off point in Kamaishi, a coastal town.
The 9.0 magnitude quake and ensuing 10 metre (32 ft) tsunami made more than 350,000 people homeless.
At Fukushima, around 300 engineers were working round the clock inside an evacuation zone to contain the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl, Ukraine, in 1986.
those radioactive particles are in my tap water or the food I eat, so there isn't much I can really do about it," said Setsuko Kuroi, an 87 year old woman shopping in a supermarket with a white gauze mask over her face.
"The contamination of food and water is a concern," said another IAEA official, Gerhard Proehl.
Tokyo's markets are closed for a holiday on Monday. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Gregory Jaczko.
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The world's third largest economy has suffered an estimated $250 billion of damage, with entire towns in the northeast obliterated in Japan's darkest moment since World War Two.
TOKYO Japan hoped power lines restored to its stricken nuclear plant will help solve the world's worst atomic crisis in 25 years, triggered by an earthquake and tsunami that also left more than 21,000 people dead or missing.
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