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Typhoon Hagibis slammed in Japan over the weekend, the most powerful storm to hit Japan in more than 60 years. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Motoko Rich of The New York Times about the damage.

A Look At The Damage Done In Japan By Typhoon Hagibis

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