Flooding forces 400,000 out of their homes in Japan, kills 1 man

Heavy rain after a recent typhoon left a 93-year-old man dead and flooded many houses in southwestern Japan, forcing thousands of people to flee, authorities said Wednesday. Police said the man’s body was found washed up. They believe he was swept away in …
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