At least 18 people have been injured in Kyushu as powerful Typhoon Maysak passed near the region before moving to the Korean Peninsula on Thursday, local authorities said.
Another typhoon, Haishen, is expected to develop into a very powerful storm and reach waters near the Amami island chain in the country’s southwest on Sunday, according to the Meteorological Agency.
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