Officials: Japanese 'ghost ship' shifting course to Alaska
The herald of 1.5 million tonnes of debris left in the wake of last March's Japanese earthquake and ensuing tsunami has shifted course, abandoning Canadian waters for the time being, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
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