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Typhoon Hagibis Rugby World Cup latest as Japan waits to see how tournament will be hit

Wales Online Tuesday, 8 October 2019 ()
Typhoon Hagibis Rugby World Cup latest as Japan waits to see how tournament will be hitTyphoon Hagibis is on course to hit Japan and could affect Rugby World Cup matches, though the typhoon's exact course is not yet clear
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News video: Japan prepares as super typhoon approaches

Japan prepares as super typhoon approaches 01:02

Japan battens down the hatches as approaching super typhoon leads to Rugby World Cup match cancellations.

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