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Japan sends troops and rescue workers in areas hit by strong typhoon

Japan has sent thousands of troops and rescue workers to assist in dealing with the aftermath of the worst storm the country has faced in the past 60 years. 18 persons have already been confirmed dead due to the storm, while 13 others are still reported missing.

Hagibis typhoon hit Tokjo on Saturday with 225-kilometre strong winds, now proceeding north, which left behind destruction and many floods. River water overflowed in at least 14 different places and flooded residential quarters.

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