Super typhoon Nanmadol hits Japan, forcing 9 million people to evacuate

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Nine million people have been ordered to evacuate their homes in Japan, as the country is hit by one of the worst typhoons in its history.

Super Typhoon Nanmadol has so far caused two dead and almost 90 wounded.

The storm hit the southernmost island of the Asian country, Kyushu, on Sunday morning and is expected to pass over Honshu, the main island, in the coming days.

Tens of thousands of people have had to spend Sunday night in shelters and almost 350,000 households they are without electricity.

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