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Millions evacuated as Super Typhoon Hagibis slams into Japan - throwing Rugby World Cup into chaos

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
Millions evacuated as Super Typhoon Hagibis slams into Japan - throwing Rugby World Cup into chaosAt least six million people were told to evacuate their homes as Super Typhoon Hagibis smashed into Japan on Saturday, triggering mudslides, flooding and the heaviest rain and winds in 60 years.Within hours of the typhoon making...
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News video: Rugby World Cup: England vs France match cancelled as Super Typhoon approaches Japan

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Rugby World Cup: England vs France match cancelled as Super Typhoon approaches Japan

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