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SNA Environment Jul 3
This footage from Hitoyoshi city in Kumamoto Prefecture gives a sense of both how heavy the rainfall has been and the danger it poses to local residents. Climate change is already killing Japanese, while the Abe government remains reluctant to act appropriately. (MP)
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Chitrali Jul 4
At least 15 people are feared dead, 9 missing and one seriously injured in as unprecedented rainfall caused and massive Tens of thousands of people in and were told to evacuate
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Si & Moo Jul 6
11 KM walking trail we took thru' forests and to temples. Travers deep bamboo groves, enjoy spectacular views. Don't miss the statues of the 500 Disciples of Buddha who Attained Nirvana. Have you done the 'Miyama Olle' yourself? Share your experience below 👇
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U.S. Embassy Tokyo, ACS Jul 5
Weather officials warn that heavy rain is expected in the and area on Monday and Tuesday. Residents are urged to be on high alert for mudslides and overflowing rivers. U.S. citizens in the area, please monitor local news and follow directions from local officials
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The Watchers Jul 6
Massive floods and record rains leave 50 dead or missing, 270 000 urged to evacuate - Kyushu, Japan
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Si & Moo 16h
The story of two pools 👉One is a muddy natural hot-spring onsen, rich with dark iron, extremely beneficial for your skin. One is a natural spring, some of the purest water in Japan. We visited both these pools one beautiful summer day ❤️Follow us for more trip ideas
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トム·デュフレー Jul 8
The Wednesday edition of After Dark begins at midnight on Kyushu's 76.1 Love FM...🎙️🙂📻
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Asahi Shimbun AJW Jul 8
caused ’s record-breaking , expert says : The Asahi Shimbun
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Sayaka Mori Jul 6
The Japan's highest level of alert, , has been issued for Northern . That means disasters are imminent or already occurring. A , a narrow band of , has been pounding the region. Situation could be even worse as more rain is on tap into Wed.
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Carlos Madjri Sanvee 11h
Let us remember our colleagues and friends from Kumamoto YMCA who have been affected by the heavy rainfall in 's southwestern region of . Despite their own suffering, they are stepping up to support their communities. We are praying for you and your country!
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Melanie Brock 18h
Experts find torrential rain in southwest Japan increasing due to global warming. Now, what are we all going to do about it. 🇯🇵
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The Watchers 24h
Severe weather death toll hits 56, ministry deploys 20 000 troops as disaster widens to northern Kyushu, Japan
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Ambition Works Jul 7
New article live on our website. Ever been to ? It's a great island!
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Tokyo Radar🇯🇵 Jul 5
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Meera Jhogasundram Jul 5
This is being struck by extreme weather, caused by Landslides & massive have forcefully displaced tens of thousands of people in , & 🔥🌍🔥 🔥 via 🔥
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Jeremy Song Jul 6
It's the peak of the season for in July. Kyushu experiences and landslides sometimes, but this time the amount is unprecedented.
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Chitrali Jul 4
Replying to @Chitrali19
Level 5 alert for and in Japan's - its highest warning, for rain “never seen” before
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Washington News Line 24h
At least 50 people died and a dozen left missing after persistent, heavy rainfall unleashed flash floods on the Japanese island of .
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Si & Moo Jul 8
Escape the city ❤️You can follow this course (called 'Miyama Olle') even if you don't speak Japanese because the route is marked by coloured flags. It took us 6 hours but we weren't in a rush ☺️Have you done this walk yourself? Share your experience below 👇
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REACCIÓN Jul 6
Torrenciales lluvias en el sur de se consideran la peores en 100 años. El Gobierno japones a evacuado a 200 mil familias, han fallecido 49 y muchos desaparecidos. 381mm de lluvia fue lo que cayó en tan solo 6 horas, haciéndolo un hecho histórico.
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