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Typhoon Hagibis: Japan braced for powerful storm

BBC News Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
Typhoon Hagibis could be the worst to hit Japan since 1958 when more than 1,200 people died.
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News video: Super Typhoon Hagibis: Japan's Rugby World Cup and F1 under threat

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England will learn on Thursday whether their World Cup group decider against France will be cancelled or relocated due to the approach of Super Typhoon Hagibis. World Rugby has called a press conference for 4am BST, when it will outline its plans for the climax to Pool C, which is in the path of a...

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Japan's government is warning people to leave high-risk areas as a powerful storm approaches. Typhoon Hagibis is expected to hit Japan's east coast, including...
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