For the past couple of weeks the rainy season
has wreaked havoc in southwestern Japan, provoking floods, mudslides, mercilessly killing dozens of people and forcing thousands of others to evacuate
. As if all this wasn’t enough, it appears the seasonal front responsible for that, which usually sweeps Japan from south to north, has come to a full stop somewhere over the northern part of Kyushu
. There’s no telling how many more victims there will be…
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