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Seven people killed, 15 missing after Japan typhoon - NHK

Reuters India Sunday, 13 October 2019 ()
Seven people were killed and 15 were missing after the most powerful typhoon to hit Japan in decades paralysed Tokyo, public broadcaster NHK said on Sunday, flooding rivers and leaving almost half a million homes without power.
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News video: Typhoon Hagibis Slams Tokyo, Millions Asked To Evacuate

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More than six million people were advised to evacuate Tokyo as Typhoon Hagibis bore down on Saturday. HuffPost reports one man was killed and more than 60 people were injured. It made landfall on Japan’s main island of Honshu on Saturday evening. The storm burst some river banks and threatened to...

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