Super-typhoon Hagibis tears through Japan toward Tokyo | DW News

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More than seven million people have been asked to evacuate their homes as Typhoon Hagibis makes landfall in Japan on its way to Tokyo. At least two people are dead and three others missing. Heavy rains and winds are lashing what is the world’s largest area, and meteorologists say the typhoon could be the most dangerous in more than 60 years.

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  1. May God send help to Japan cover them in his mantel of protection gives them comfort and strength. Through Your Son Jesus Christ and with the intercession of mother Mary. Amen

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  3. who named the typhoon? im just curious because its a filipino word but it made landfall in japan. i thought theyd pick a japanese name for it since its in japan..

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