(NECN/CNN) - There are no reports of injuries or additional damage from the latest earthquake to rattle northeastern Japan. Monday's aftershock registered at a 7.0 magnitude.
It came on a day when Japanese were marking the passing of one month since the quake and tsunami that killed up to 25,000 people.
The government is urging more people living near a damaged nuclear plant to leave. Officials are citing concerns about long-term health risks from radiation.
*This is video from Yoriso, Japan.