2 more deaths as Japan leader Abe visits flooded areas

TOKYO – Three more bodies were found Wednesday in southwest Japan, potentially raising the death toll from last week’s heavy rains to 28, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the hardest-hit areas. Two deaths have been confirmed, and a third body is …
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