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For more than 100 deaths by severe weather events in Japan

By the severe weather events in Japan, the country’s prime minister shinzo Abe is ‘no other choice’ than a foreign trip to cancel.

Abe would go to Europe and the Middle-East travel, but preparing in place of trips to the areas worst affected by the floods and landslides that the country already days take. According to the secretary-general and Toshihiro Nikai of the Liberal Democratic Party of the government has Abe ‘no other choice’.

The premier would normally have Wednesday off with the first stop Brussels. He would start on 18 July to his country to return.

54.000 workers

Meanwhile, the catastrophe in Japan all 109 people killed. That appears to Monday figures from the Japanese news agency Kyodo. There are more than eighty people missing.

According to the government, a total of 54.000 workers employed, among whom were also soldiers and police officers.

Especially the surroundings of the city of Hiroshima has been hit hard. There alone, according to the news channel NHK 39 deaths.

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