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05.06.2016

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Floodwaters set to peak as River Seine overflows, threatening priceless artworks MP3

Parisians have sandbag their city to guard against a flood they haven't experienced for decades, and the French President, Francois Hollande has linked the rising waters to global warming. Heavy rains and rising floodwaters are causing havoc across Europe, with the worst hit have been parts of France and Germany. At least 11 people have died so far. And in Paris, there's been a rush to get priceless artworks out of b... Source: abc.net.au

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