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confirmed missing - Hiroshima slide alert said tardy; toll hits 39 as search for missing seven continues

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Hiroshima slide alert said tardy; toll hits 39 as search for missing seven continues

japantimes.co.jp2014-08-21 03:09:21Cache

HIROSHIMA – The landslides and flooding triggered by torrential rain overnight Wednesday that engulfed residential areas in Hiroshima so far have left 39 people confirmed dead and seven remained missing, and more Self-Defense Forces personnel have been sent in to join the search and rescue effort. The government boosted the number of SDF personnel deployed for rescue operations to 600 to continue operations through the night.

Hiroshima slide alert said tardy; toll hits 39 as search for missing seven continues

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Hiroshima slide alert said tardy; toll hits 39 as search for missing seven continues

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HIROSHIMA – The landslides and flooding triggered by torrential rain overnight Wednesday that engulfed residential areas in Hiroshima so far have left 39 people confirmed dead and seven remained missing, and more Self-Defense Forces personnel have been sent in to join the search and rescue effort. The government boosted the number of SDF personnel deployed for rescue operations to 600 to continue operations through the night.

39 dead, 7 missing after torrential rains hit Japan

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39 dead, 7 missing after torrential rains hit Japan

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HIROSHIMA - A total of 39 people were confirmed dead and seven remain missing on Wednesday after a series of landslides and flooding triggered by torrential rain overnight engulfed residential areas in Hiroshima, western Japan. The government has boosted the number of Self-Defense Forces personnel deployed for rescue operations to 600 personnel to continue operations through the night.

36 dead, 7 missing after torrential rain hits Hiroshima

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36 dead, 7 missing after torrential rain hits Hiroshima

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21:02 20 August 2014 HIROSHIMA, Aug. 20, Kyodo A total of 36 people were confirmed dead and seven remain missing on Wednesday after a series of landslides and flooding triggered by torrential rain overnight engulfed residential areas in Hiroshima, western Japan. The government has boosted the number of Self-Defense Force personnel deployed for rescue operations from 30 to 500, saying that every minute counts.

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dailyecho.co.uk2014-08-20 15:13:29Cache

Mystery of how woman's body ended up washed up on shoreline of River Itchen Updated 7:18am Wednesday 20th August 2014 in News MYSTERY surrounds how the body of a woman came to be washed up in Southampton. The remains of the 24-year-old were discovered on the River Itchen shoreline at Hazel Road in the Woolston area of the city. Although police have not revealed her identity, they have confirmed the woman was not part of a missing |person enquiry and has |been identified.

27 killed, 10 missing as torrential rain hits Japan's Hiroshima

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At least 27 people were confirmed dead and 10 others remained unaccounted for Wednesday after downpours triggered landslides and flooding in Hiroshima Prefecture in western Japan, local press reported.

Eighteen dead and over dozen missing in landslide

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Eighteen dead and over dozen missing in landslide

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Eighteen people were confirmed dead and over a dozen were still missing on Wednesday (August 20) after landslides in the western Japanese city of Hiroshima caused by heavy rains. Japanese media had reported that parts of Hiroshima city had seen their highest recorded levels of rainfall ever, with some areas seeing 204 millimetres (8.03 inches) of rain in 3 hours.

Man reported missing from home for a week found safe and well

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Man reported missing from home for a week found safe and well

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The search for a missing Dundee man has been called off a week after he disappeared. Lee Smith was last seen in the city's Hilltown area on Wednesday, August 13, at around 9.40pm. However, police confirmed on Tuesday that the 33-year-old had been found safe. A spokesman for Police Scotland said: "We are pleased to confirm that missing person Lee Smith from Dundee has been traced safe and well." Feedback: We want your feedback on our site.

US journalist James Foley beheaded by ISIS terrorist

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US journalist James Foley beheaded by ISIS terrorist

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LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A terrorist group posted a graphic video online Tuesday that showed the beheading of missing American journalist James Foley.The White House and Foley's family confirmed the video's authenticity Tuesday night. In the intensely graphic video, Foley is seen kneeling, dressed in orange. His apparent executioner is beside him, holding a knife in his hand.Foley is forced to make a statement saying he wishes he wasn't American.

Japan landslides: 8 confirmed dead, at least 13 missing

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Japan landslides: 8 confirmed dead, at least 13 missing

www.cbc.ca2014-08-20 01:56:45Cache

New Morning rains caused slopes to collapse, taking houses down The Associated Press Posted: Aug 19, 2014 9:31 PM ET Last Updated: Aug 19, 2014 9:31 PM ET Eight people died and at least 13 were missing after rain-sodden hills in the outskirts of Hiroshima gave way early Wednesday in at least five landslides.

Missing Newcomerstown teen is identified; public asked to help search

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NEWCOMERSTOWN -- Authorities have identified the Newcomerstown teen presumed to have drown in the Tuscarawas River on Sunday as 17-year-old Bryan R. "Rusty" Grewell. An individual at the Newcomerstown Police Department confirmed Grewell's body had not been located as of press time Friday. He was last seen at approximately 5 p.m. when he slipped under the water in the river and never resurfaced.