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Tokyo braces for severe typhoon

SBS Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
Typhoon Hagibis has shut down stores, factories and subway systems and disrupted a Formula One Grand Prix and rugby's World Cup as it approaches Tokyo.
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News video: Tokyo braces for Hagibis, worst typhoon to hit city in 60 years

Tokyo braces for Hagibis, worst typhoon to hit city in 60 years 01:57

Typhoon claims a life even before it makes landfall as authorities issue rain warning and ask a million people to leave.

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Typhoon Hagibis, closing in from the Pacific, is expected to bring up to 80 centimetres of rain in the Tokyo area.
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