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Dry rivers: Traffic backed up on Rhine as engine failure worsens woes

Rivers and lakes across Europe are suffering from low water levels, affecting transport, electricity production, wildlife and farming. Now, traffic on the Rhine has been blocked by a ship's engine failure.

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