06/21/2016 - People in an earthquake-battered region in southwestern Japan are facing a new deadly threat. They're dealing with landslides and floods caused by heavy rain that have left 4 people dead. The area has been trying to recover since powerful tremors rocked Kumamoto Prefecture 2 months ago. Three people were killed after their houses were washed away. Another person drowned in an irrigation drain. Authorities say landslides crushed several more houses.
06/21/2016 - At least three people have died after landslides and floods hit an area of Japan that was recently battered by major earthquakes. Rescue workers are still searching for three others who are still missing in southern Kumamoto prefecture. Several days of torrential rain have subsequently triggered widespread landslides and flooding. Officials said, nearly 2,000 residents were already forced to evacuate their homes after two huge earthquakes in April.