Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Deadly typhoon 'Wipha' on Japan's east coast leaves 13 dead

A powerful typhoon that hit the  Japanese east coast has left behind 13 dead - most of them buried by mudslides.

The deadly typhoon triggered landslides and destroying homes along the coast.

It has been reported that dozens of homes were destroyed, and more than 50 people are still  missing.

Typhoon Wipha packed winds of up to 180 kilometres per hour and stayed offshore in the Pacific, until climbing up the country's east coast, paralysing public transport and grounding hundreds of flights in Japan's capital, Tokyo. 


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