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EUROPE - Catastrophic Floods In The North

Credits (photography) | © 2021 - Mika Baumeister (Unsplash). Example of floods in Germany (illustration).

It was a sledgehammer that fell in just a few hours on northern Europe. France, Belgium and Germany are the most affected countries.

Collapsed houses, devastated streets... Dozens of missing people and a growing toll. At least 42 people have died in Belgium and Germany.

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FRANCE | July 15, 2021
Euronews / Newsroom with AFP
Plus de 40 morts dans des intempéries en Allemagne


FRANCE | July 15, 2021
Le Monde / Newsroom with AFP
Fortes inondations en Allemagne et en Belgique, au moins quarante-huit morts et de nombreux disparus

 

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