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More than 100 people died due to floods and landslides in Japan caused by heavy rains. More than 50 missing, reports BBC News.
Rains in the Western part of the country continues on Thursday, July 5. They have already topped the July rate three times said the TV channel. Two million residents were ordered to evacuate.
Rescuers continue to search for survivors. Emergency services say that the water gradually decreases, so emergency crews can access the most flooded areas. The most affected Prefecture of Hiroshima.
According to forecasts, rains in Japan will still continue. They hit the country due to the impact of Typhoon “Prapiroon” that Wednesday, July 4, was transformed into a low pressure area. He was the seventh in a year by a Typhoon in the Pacific ocean.
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