Rescuers in a Japanese holiday town hit by a deadly landslide continue their search for survivors after more rain lashed the devastated area. Much of Japan is currently in its annual rainy season, which lasts several weeks and often causes floods and landslides. Two women were confirmed dead after torrents of mud crashed through part of the hot-spring resort of Atami in central Japan on Saturday morning, following days of heavy downpours.
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