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A Japanese city of 600,000 people has been evacuated due to a freak rainstorm.
Residents of Kagoshima, in the country’s south, have been told to take shelter in evacuation centers and other safe areas amid fears of devastating landslides.
The region around the city has suffered abnormal levels of rainfall in recent days.
About 900mm (35 inches) of rain has fallen on the southernmost main island of Kyushu since late June, according to state broadcaster NHK.