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Torrential rain in Central and Western Europe caused heavy flooding, forcing people to evacuate their homes.
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The statue of world harmony leader Sri Chinmoy is partially submerged in water from the rising Vltava river in Prague. ©REUTERS The statue of world harmony leader Sri Chinmoy is partially submerged in water from the rising Vltava river in Prague. ©REUTERS
Torrential rain in Central and Western Europe caused heavy flooding, forcing people to evacuate their homes.  ©REUTERS

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People sit in the upstairs windows of their flooded house in the centre of the Bavarian town of Passau. ©REUTERS

People sit in the upstairs windows of their flooded house in the centre of the Bavarian town of Passau. ©REUTERS

Members of the emergency services travel by boat along a flooded street in the centre of the Austrian town of Melk. ©REUTERS

Members of the emergency services travel by boat along a flooded street in the centre of the Austrian town of Melk. ©REUTERS

Members of the emergency services walking past sand bags protecting a building from flood water, are reflected in a traffic mirror in a street in the centre of the Austrian town of Melk. ©REUTERS

Members of the emergency services walking past sand bags protecting a building from flood water, are reflected in a traffic mirror in a street in the centre of the Austrian town of Melk. ©REUTERS

People look at the flooded A8 highway, which stretches from Munich to Salzburg, near Grabenstaett. ©REUTERS

People look at the flooded A8 highway, which stretches from Munich to Salzburg, near Grabenstaett. ©REUTERS

The sign above the door of restaurant and hotel 'Am Paulusbogen' is partially submerged in the flooded centre of the Bavarian town of Passau. ©REUTERS

The sign above the door of restaurant and hotel 'Am Paulusbogen' is partially submerged in the flooded centre of the Bavarian town of Passau. ©REUTERS

A police officer stands guard in front of a closed subway station in Prague. ©REUTERS

A police officer stands guard in front of a closed subway station in Prague. ©REUTERS

The flooded Vltava river is seen behind the statue of Czech legendary knight Bruncvik in Prague. ©REUTERS

The flooded Vltava river is seen behind the statue of Czech legendary knight Bruncvik in Prague. ©REUTERS

People walk through the flooded centre of the Bavarian town of Passau. ©REUTERS

People walk through the flooded centre of the Bavarian town of Passau. ©REUTERS

A street sign is partially submerged in the flooded centre of the Bavarian town of Passau. ©REUTERS

A street sign is partially submerged in the flooded centre of the Bavarian town of Passau. ©REUTERS

A policeman stands by the Husinec Dam in south Bohemia. ©REUTERS

A policeman stands by the Husinec Dam in south Bohemia. ©REUTERS

A resident stands at his property on a flooded street in the town of Grimma, near Leipzig. ©REUTERS

A resident stands at his property on a flooded street in the town of Grimma, near Leipzig. ©REUTERS

People stand next to a bridge and watch the flooding of river Steyr during heavy rainfall in the small Austrian city of Steyr. ©REUTERS

People stand next to a bridge and watch the flooding of river Steyr during heavy rainfall in the small Austrian city of Steyr. ©REUTERS

Members of the Federal Agency of Technical Relief (THW) load sandbags in Hirschfeld near Leipzig. ©REUTERS

Members of the Federal Agency of Technical Relief (THW) load sandbags in Hirschfeld near Leipzig. ©REUTERS

Flooded houses next to river Steyr are pictured during heavy rainfall in the small Austrian city of Steyr. ©REUTERS

Flooded houses next to river Steyr are pictured during heavy rainfall in the small Austrian city of Steyr. ©REUTERS

Firefighters evacuate a lady from her flooded house in the south Bohemian village of Nemcicky. ©REUTERS

Firefighters evacuate a lady from her flooded house in the south Bohemian village of Nemcicky. ©REUTERS




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