Japan begins clean-up after typhoon kills 11; major airport closed

Passengers stranded at Kansai International Airport due to powerful typhoon Jebi queue outside the airport as they wait for the arrival of a special bus service to transport them out of the area, in Izumisato, western Japan, in this photo taken by Kyodo September 5, 2018. Mandatory credit Kyodo/via REUTERS

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan began on Wednesday to clean up after a powerful typhoon killed 11 people, injured hundreds and stranded thousands at a flooded airport, though when the airport in an industrial and tourist hub might reopen was not clear. Typhoon Jebi, or “swallow” in Korean, was briefly a super typhoon and was the […]

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