Japan begins clean-up after Typhoon Hagibis leaves dozens dead

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — At least 37 people are confirmed dead after a powerful typhoon struck parts of central Japan on the weekend.

Tens of thousands of troops are still trying to reach people left stranded after Typhoon Hagibis caused widespread flooding and landslides, despite a warning to millions of people to evacuate.


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