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Heaviest rain ever’ causes deadly floods and landslides in Japan

Six people died and three others were missing after the “heaviest rain ever” triggered floods and landslides in south-west Japan. The Japan meteorological agency warned residents in Kyushu – one of the country’s four main islands – to stay alert for more landslides, a common hazard in mountainous areas after heavy rainfall.

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  • winnie nguru

    44 w

    This was devastating to see. I hope we can be better prepared for floods in the future

    • johnte ndeto

      45 w

      Strong measures ought to be enacted to curb future hazards

      • mercy nduta

        45 w

        There's a need for implementing strategies to better manage water on the surface.

        • Peter Kamau

          45 w

          The Japanese government should step up measures to ensure that will help mitigate the effects of climate change to avoid such havoc

          • rosebellendiritu

            45 w

            Very unfortunate,it's disheartening reading these kind of news now and then,

            • Daniel Waweru

              45 w

              This is an unfortunate occurrence and we hope the Japanese Govt will put enough measures to show preparedness for such natural occurrences

              • bonke reinhard

                45 w

                The souls rest in peace and those missing may they be found

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