Recovery begins as Japan's Typhoon Hagibis leaves trail of death and destruction

Typhoon Hagibis weakened to a tropical depression as it continued to move across central Japan on Sunday, leaving at least 15 people dead and more than 140 injured in its wake.

13.10.2019

Typhoon Hagibis weakened to a tropical depression as it continued to move across central Japan on Sunday, leaving at least 15 people dead and more than 140 injured in its wake.

Typhoon Hagibis weakened to a tropical depression as it continued to move across central Japan on Sunday, leaving at least 15 people dead and more than 140 injured in its wake.

at 7:45 p.m. local time will go ahead, World Cup organizers said Sunday. Formula One events scheduled for Sunday also went ahead as planned.

, two points are awarded to each team in line with tournament rules. This impact who qualifies for the next round of the competition.

Tokyo's Haneda and Narita airports were back in operation midday Sunday, but many flights remained canceled. Flag carrier Japan Airlines said it had canceled 278 domestic flights — affecting 48,340 people — and 66 international flights, affecting 11,790. ANA canceled 297 domestic flights — affecting 52,500 people — and 84 international flights, affecting 13,300.

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Rescue efforts underway as Typhoon Hagibis kills four in JapanTOKYO — Japan’s military scrambled Sunday to rescue people trapped by flooding in the aftermath of powerful Typhoon Hagibis, which killed at least four people, caused landslides and burst

2 dead as Typhoon Hagibis batters Japan with 'unprecedented' rain😢😢😢

Typhoon Hagibis makes landfall in Japan, leaving at least 5 deadTyphoon Hagibis made landfall Saturday night local time, as the country braces for hurricane-force winds that has killed at least five people and injured dozens.

Typhoon Hagibis kills at least 11 in Japan — officialsAt least 11 people have been killed in Japan as a result of powerful Typhoon Hagibis that roared across the country bringing unprecedented rains, officials said. japan stay safe

Power outages, evacuations as Typhoon Hagibis takes aim at JapanTOKYO -- Powerful Typhoon Hagibis churned towards Japan on Saturday, heading straight towards the capital with potentially record-breaking rains and sparking evacuation orders, transport

Power outages, evacuations as Typhoon Hagibis takes aim at JapanRated 'large and very strong', Typhoon Hagibis has already forced the cancellation of two Rugby World Cup matches, disrupted the Suzuka Grand Prix and grounded more than 1,600 flights.

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