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Rescuers search for survivors after Japan floods kill at least 126

Firstpost Tuesday, 10 July 2018
By Kiyoshi Takenaka and Issei Kato KURASHIKI, Japan (Reuters) - Rescuers in western Japan dug through mud and rubble early on Tuesday, racing to find survivors after torrential rain that began last week unleashed floods and landslides that killed up to 130 people, with dozens missing. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe cancelled an overseas trip to deal with Japan's worst flood disaster since 1982, with several million people forced from their homes. Officials said the overall economic impact was not clear.
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Rescuers in western Japan dug through mud and rubble early on Tuesday, racing to find survivors after torrential rain that began last week unleashed floods and landslides that killed up to 130 people, with dozens missing. Grace Lee reports.

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