Rescuers in Japan are working around the clock to find survivors after typhoon Hagibis struck. High winds and torrential winds are hampering the effort.
Hagibis has slammed into Japan, killing at least 30 people and triggering landslides and floods. Several people have been reported missing, leaving hundreds of thousands of homes without power.
Days after the powerful typhoon Hagibis, the death toll has risen and many are still without homes or power. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said the government was considering an additional fund to support relief efforts.
At least 50 people have died in Japan after one of the worst typhoons to hit the country in more than half a century. Search and rescue operations are underway as locals struggle to come to terms with the carnage.
Organizers canceled all practice and qualifying sessions for the Formula One Grand Prix car race and several rugby World Cup matches as a typhoon approaches. Past tragedy won't let them take any chances.
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