Historic Flooding In Germany, Western Europe Kills Over 100, Washes Away Homes, Triggers Landslides
Historic rainfall in Western Europe has caused widescale flooding that has killed more than 100 people so far. The worst damage occurred in Western Germany, where whole villages were swept away.
Host Peter O’Dowd speaks with Ajit Niranjan from the German outlet Deutsche Welle about the flooding.
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