Record Rainfall Kills at Least 95 People in Japan

HeadlineJul 09, 2018
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In southwest Japan, flooding and landslides from record rainfall have killed at least 95 people and forced 2 million more to flee their homes. Dozens more are still missing. Scientists have linked heavy rainfall and increased flooding to climate change.

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