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1 Aug 2021
In addition to having trash thrown at them, aid workers are also receiving insults, Germany's Federal Relief Agency has revealed. The Querdenker anti-lockdown movement has been blamed.
31 Jul 2021
Foreign journalists reporting on the flood disaster in China have been hindered in their work by normal citizens who feel the reporters are presenting a distorted picture of the country.
28 Jul 2021
Experts are warning that the flooding in Germany could set off a new wave off COVID-19 infections. People in emergency shelters are especially considered at risk. As in the rest of Europe, the highly infectious delta variant is spreading.
27 Jul 2021
The recent floods claimed many lives in Germany and Belgium but left the Netherlands relatively unscathed. DW's Bernd Riegert reports on what the country has done to reduce flood risks.
24 Jul 2021
Devastated residents of China's Henan province have to deal with a trail of destruction after deadly record-breaking storms.
24 Jul 2021
Sirens marked a minute's silence for those who lost loved ones, their homes and their property during the floods. The somber moment comes on the eve of a national holiday.
24 Jul 2021
Vehicles are seen in a pile up on a motorway after record rainfall caused deadly floods in the central Chinese city of Zhengzhou.
24 Jul 2021
State governments are scrambling to set up mobile COVID-19 vaccination centers in western Germany as rescue efforts increase the threat of infection. Residents say they have bigger concerns than the pandemic now.
23 Jul 2021
Residents of several floods that disrupted Chinese villages in Henan province were evacuated with an emergency boat bridge built overnight.
19 Jul 2021
Companies, sports clubs, private citizens: People from all walks of life want to help the victims. They're collecting clothes and arranging for whatever help is needed. An overview of the solidarity after the floods.
19 Jul 2021
Drone images show the extent of the floods in the Belgian city of Pepinster. The death toll in Belgium jumped to 23 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region.
17 Jul 2021
Heavy monsoon rains hit parts of India's financial capital Mumbai, flooding roads and causing widespread disruption.

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