Monday, 26th September 2022
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Weather warning in Germany as Europe reels from powerful storms

After deadly storms battered Central and Southern Europe, German authorities issued fresh weather warnings. Strong winds fueled a wildfire in Spain, and falling water levels revealed a dangerous treasure in the Danube.

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