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Typhoon Fitow hits central Japan

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Typhoon Fitow has brought high winds and torrential rain to central Japan, killing one person and leaving several others missing.

Train services and flights in the Tokyo region were cancelled and more than 80,000 houses left without power.

About 50 people were injured by the typhoon, Japanese media said.

Typhoon Fitow hit the capital region before dawn, bringing heavy downpours and winds of up to 108 kmph (67mph).

Fitow is expected to move northwards over the country, bringing further heavy rain.
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