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Flash floods in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic have claimed at least seven lives

August 8, 2010

German police say, the situation in the flooded areas in south-eastern Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic remains critical on Sunday. A broken bank has brought severe flooding and widespread disruption to the area. At least seven people have died in the floodwaters. On Saturday evening, more than a thousand poeple had to be evacuated along the river Neisse.

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