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Typhoon Nanmadol: One reported death after storm hits Japan

By DW
21 September 2022   |   11:50 am
The wild weather caused damage to buildings and farmland in Japan's southwestern island of Kyushu. Bullet train services in southern Japan were also cancelled.

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