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Japan sends thousands of troops after massive typhoon hammers in Tokyo

A powerful typhoon Hagibis is approaching Japan and has developed from a tropical storm into a Category 5 storm in less than a day. It will bring 2 feet of rain and damaging winds to the Tokyo area this weekend, and the Japanese government has warned people to store and evacuate supplies before it's too dangerous. The storm center moved …

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Seven dead, 15 pounds lost to Tokyo as a heavy typhoon

TOKYO – Seven people were killed and 15 were missing after the strongest typhoon that hit Japan in decades had paralyzed Tokyo, flooded rivers, and left almost half a million houses without electricity. The authorities lifted the rain and flood warnings for the Kanto region around a tranquil Tokyo before daybreak, as the typhoon plowed over Japan's northeast coast. Warnings …

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At least four killed after a fierce typhoon hit northern Japan and paralyzed Tokyo

The strongest typhoon that hit Tokyo in decades and plowed into northern Japan early Sunday after heavy rain and wind paralyzed the capital resulted in at least four deaths, millions under evacuation warnings, rivers flooded, and normally uprated roads , The authorities lifted the rain and flood warnings for the Kanto region around a tranquil Tokyo before sunrise, but imposed …

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Super Typhoon Hagibis could be the strongest hit in Tokyo in decades: NPR

An information board announcing the cancellation of all scheduled Saturday training and qualifying events due to the impending typhoon Hagibis will be displayed on Friday at the Japan Grand Prix in Formula One at the Suzuka Circuit in Suzuka, Central Japan. Issei Kato / Reuters Hide Caption Switch caption Issei Kato / Reuters An information panel announcing the cancellation of …

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Tokyo prepares for the hottest Olympic Games of all time

TOKYO – Japanese summers are known for their oppressive and sometimes deadly blend of heat and moisture. In late July and early August, more than 1,000 people, including more than 150 in Tokyo, died of heat-related causes in the past two years. Tens of thousands were hospitalized. This kind of heat prompted the Olympic organizers in 1964 to postpone the …

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Tyler Mislawchuk wins the Olympic Test Event in Tokyo

After Tyler Mislawchuk of Canada, Casper Stornes of Norway and Hayden Wilde of New Zealand left their closest rivals 30 seconds behind as they approached the blue target carpet that had the most in the tank? After leading a lot The only 10-kilometer Wilde were missing a few drops of energy on the last 10-kilometer ride and they disappeared first. …

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