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'Japan Typhoon' - 25 News Result(s)

  • Typhoon Neoguri Makes Landfall on Japan's Southern Main Island

    Typhoon Neoguri Makes Landfall on Japan's Southern Main Island

    Typhoon Neoguri slammed into Japan's southern main island early on Thursday after lashing the Okinawa island chain, with three people killed as powerful winds and torrential rains battered the country.

  • Weakened Typhoon Leaves Two Dead, Heads North From Okinawa to Main Japan Islands

    Weakened Typhoon Leaves Two Dead, Heads North From Okinawa to Main Japan Islands

    Torrential rains battered Japan's Okinawa islands on Wednesday as a weakened but still dangerous typhoon, leaving two dead and threatening widespread flooding as it headed for the nation's main islands.

  • Powerful Typhoon Neoguri Lashes Japan's Okinawa Islands

    Powerful Typhoon Neoguri Lashes Japan's Okinawa Islands

    Typhoon Neoguri lashed Japan's southern Okinawa islands, reportedly leaving two dead and forcing more than half a million to seek shelter, as the region's worst storm in years damaged buildings, downed trees and brought air and sea traffic to a halt....

  • Powerful Typhoon Neoguri Lashes Japan's Okinawa Islands

    Powerful Typhoon Neoguri Lashes Japan's Okinawa Islands

    Powerful typhoon Neoguri lashed Japan's southern Okinawa islands Tuesday, forcing over half a million people to seek shelter, as the region's worst storm in years damaged buildings, downed trees and brought air and sea traffic to a halt.

  • Typhoon Churns Towards Japan, Prompting Calls to Evacuate

    Typhoon Churns Towards Japan, Prompting Calls to Evacuate

    Hundreds of flights were cancelled in Japan and more than 500,000 people urged to evacuate as a powerful typhoon brought torrential rain and high winds to southwestern islands and was forecast to reach Tokyo later in the week.

  • Japan on Highest Typhoon Alert, 480,000 Urged to Take Shelter

    Japan on Highest Typhoon Alert, 480,000 Urged to Take Shelter

    Japan braced on Tuesday for one of its worst storms in years as typhoon Neoguri barrelled towards the southern Okinawa island chain, with the national weather agency issuing its highest alert and nearly half-a-million people urged to take shelter.

  • Japan Battens Down as Intense Typhoon Neoguri Nears

    Japan Battens Down as Intense Typhoon Neoguri Nears

    A powerful typhoon forced Japanese authorities to cancel flights and urge more than 100,000 people to evacuate their homes on Tuesday as the storm threatened to bring torrential rain and high winds to Japan's southern islands.

  • Japan Issues Highest Alert Over Super Typhoon Neoguri

    Japan Issues Highest Alert Over Super Typhoon Neoguri

    Japan's weather agency on Monday issued its highest alert as super typhoon Neoguri barreled toward the southern Okinawa island chain, warning of violent winds and high waves.

  • Super Typhoon Neoguri Threatens Japan

    Super Typhoon Neoguri Threatens Japan

    Super typhoon Neoguri was barrelling toward Japan's southernmost Okinawa islands on Monday, packing violent winds and torrential rains as the national weather agency warned residents to stay in their homes.

  • Japan medics bring high-tech fixes to Philippines typhoon

    Japan medics bring high-tech fixes to Philippines typhoon

    Japanese medics working to help victims of the Philippines typhoon have deployed wireless mobile X-ray kits using tablet computers, a world first in a disaster zone, a team spokesman said Saturday.

  • US deploys 1,000 Marines to storm-ravaged Philippines

    US deploys 1,000 Marines to storm-ravaged Philippines

    The US military said Thursday it was deploying 1,000 Marines to support emergency relief operations in the Philippines following Super Typhoon Haiyan.

  • Japan typhoon death toll rises to 29

    Japan typhoon death toll rises to 29

    The death toll from a typhoon that triggered massive landslides on a Japanese island rose to 29 on Saturday, as officials advised residents to take shelter in anticipation of more heavy rain.

  • Japan rescuers search mudslide for typhoon survivors

    Japan rescuers search mudslide for typhoon survivors

    Rescuers in Japan picked through mud and splintered houses Thursday after a typhoon that killed at least 19 people, as hopes faded for dozens not seen since a landslide engulfed their homes.

  • Typhoon, mudslides kill 17 in Japan; 50 missing

    Typhoon, mudslides kill 17 in Japan; 50 missing

    A typhoon caused deadly mudslides that buried people and destroyed homes on a Japanese island Wednesday before sweeping up the Pacific coast, grounding hundreds of flights and disrupting Tokyo's transportation during the morning rush. At least 17 dea...

  • Typhoon hits Japan coast, at least 13 people killed: officials

    Typhoon hits Japan coast, at least 13 people killed: officials

    At least 13 people are known to have died after a powerful typhoon lashed Japan's Pacific coast, police said today, warning that the death toll was likely to rise.

  • Four killed as typhoon sideswipes Tokyo, moves up Japan coast

    Four killed as typhoon sideswipes Tokyo, moves up Japan coast

    Four people were reported killed, schools closed, hundreds of flights cancelled and thousands were advised to evacuate as Typhoon Wipha pummelled Tokyo today, although the Japanese capital escaped major damage.

  • Once in a decade typhoon heads for Japan nuclear plant

    Once in a decade typhoon heads for Japan nuclear plant

    A typhoon, described as the "strongest in 10 years," was closing in on Japan on Tuesday, on a path that will take it towards the precarious Fukushima nuclear power plant.

  • China issues highest alert for Typhoon Fitow

    China issues highest alert for Typhoon Fitow

    China evacuated hundreds of thousands of people and issued its highest alert on Sunday as Typhoon Fitow barrelled towards the east coast, weather authorities said.

  • Typhoon hits Japan as Fukushima operator releases water into sea

    Typhoon hits Japan as Fukushima operator releases water into sea

    Typhoon Man-yi hit Japan today, leaving two people dead and forcing the operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant to release rainwater with low levels of radiation into the ocean.

  • Powerful typhoon lashes Japan, thousands evacuate

    A powerful typhoon was bearing down Japan, dumping torrential rains and flooding parts of the country's popular tourist destination of Kyoto, where 260,000 people were ordered to evacuate to shelters.

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