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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
Belgium Out
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
Belgium Out
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
Belgium Out
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
Belgium Out
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
Belgium Out
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
Belgium Out
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
Belgium Out
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
Belgium Out
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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View of the areas after the floods of the cities of Licge Chenee, Chaufaudaine, Olne, Belgium, following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from flooding in Belgium has risen to 27 due to continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains hit eastern Belgium particularly, in regions such as Licge, Verviers, Spa, Namur and Limburg. Photo by Philippe BOURGUET/bePress Photo Agency/bppa/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Caravans, cars and mobile homes that were swept away by the flood wave hang together on a bridge over the River Ahr, in Altenahr, western Germany, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Heavy rains caused mudslides and flooding in the western part of Germany. Multiple have died and are missing as severe flooding in Germany and Belgium turned streams and streets into raging, debris-filled torrents that swept away cars and toppled houses. (Boris Roessler/dpa via AP)
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Dozens of caravans, cars and mobile homes that were swept away by the flood wave hang squeezed together on a bridge over the River Ahr, in Altenahr, western Germany, Sunday, July 18, 2021. Heavy rains caused mudslides and flooding in the western part of Germany. Multiple have died and are missing as severe flooding in Germany and Belgium turned streams and streets into raging, debris-filled torrents that swept away cars and toppled houses. (Boris Roessler/dpa via AP)
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The water from the Danube river floods the city's waterfront in Passau, Germany, Sunday July 18, 2021. In Passau, the water levels of the rivers continue to rise. Heavy rains caused mudslides and flooding in the western part of Germany. Multiple have died and are missing as severe flooding in Germany and Belgium turned streams and streets into raging, debris-filled torrents that swept away cars and toppled houses. (Peter Kneffel/dpa via AP)
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Two women look out of the entrance of a hotel over the flood barrier keeping back water from the Danube river in Passau, Germany, Sunday July 18, 2021. In Passau, the water levels of the rivers continue to rise. Heavy rains caused mudslides and flooding in the western part of Germany. Multiple have died and are missing as severe flooding in Germany and Belgium turned streams and streets into raging, debris-filled torrents that swept away cars and toppled houses. (Peter Kneffel/dpa via AP)
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The water from the Danube river floods the city's waterfront in Passau, Germany, Sunday July 18, 2021. In Passau, the water levels of the rivers continue to rise. Heavy rains caused mudslides and flooding in the western part of Germany. Multiple have died and are missing as severe flooding in Germany and Belgium turned streams and streets into raging, debris-filled torrents that swept away cars and toppled houses. (Peter Kneffel/dpa via AP)
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Local residents clean romove the rubble following heavy rainfall caused severe floods, in Esneux on July 18 2021. - Days of extreme weather has davestated parts of the East and South of Belgium, with 27 deaths and another 103 presumed missing. (Photo by NICOLAS MAETERLINCK / various sources / AFP) / Belgium OUT
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A destroyed cabin sits amongst rubble and debris in a camping site in Mery in Esneux, where earlier heavy rainfall caused severe floods on July 18, 2021. (Photo by NICOLAS MAETERLINCK / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT
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Residents unload their belongings at Hambeek District in Roermond on July 18, 2021, after receiving the all clear to return to their homes following a hasty evacuation because of the rapidly rising waters of the Maas, Roer and Hambeek rivers. - Troops and firefighters were called in July 17, to help villagers launch a mammoth clean up after the worst floods to hit western Europe in decades left nearly 130 people dead and dozens more missing. Western Germany has suffered the most brutal impact of the deluge that also pummelled Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, leaving streets and homes submerged in muddy water and isolating entire communities. (Photo by Vincent Jannink / ANP / AFP) / Netherlands OUT
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TOPSHOT - A young resident helps clean-up outside his home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A young resident stands in the doorway of a home as damaged household goods are brought outside during the clean-up following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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Flooded gravestones in the cemetery of Altenahr, Germany, Saturday July 17, 2021. Heavy rains caused mudslides and flooding in the western part of Germany. Multiple have died and are missing as severe flooding in Germany and Belgium turned streams and streets into raging, debris-filled torrents that swept away cars and toppled houses. (Philipp von Ditfurth/dpa via AP)
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Belgoum's Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (R) gestures as he speaks with European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen (C) and Belgium's vice-prime minister Pierre-Yves Dermagne (L) as they assess the situation in Rochefort, some 80kms south-east of Brussels on July 17, 2021, where heavy rainfall caused severe flooding. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by ANTHONY DEHEZ / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT
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Residents clean their home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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Residents clean their home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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Residents clean their home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A young resident helps remove the water and mud from inside her home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A young resident helps clean-up outside his home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A young resident stands in the doorway of a home as damaged household goods are brought outside during the clean-up following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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Residents have a break as they clear-up following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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A resident stands in flood waters as he tries to clear up following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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Residents removed damaged furniture from a home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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Furniture and other home decorations are placed outside a home during a clean-up following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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Volunteers prepare food for flood affected residents in Rochefort, some 80kms south-east of Brussels on July 17, 2021, following heavy rains and flooding across areas of France, Belgium, Germany and The Netherlands. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Rescue workers scrambled to find survivors and victims of the devastation wreaked by the worst floods to hit western Europe in living memory, which have already left more than 150 people dead and dozens more missing. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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Flood affected residents clear debris from their inundated properties in Rochefort, some 80kms south-east of Brussels on July 17, 2021, following heavy rains and flooding across areas of France, Belgium, Germany and The Netherlands. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Rescue workers scrambled to find survivors and victims of the devastation wreaked by the worst floods to hit western Europe in living memory, which have already left more than 150 people dead and dozens more missing. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)
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European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen (L) and Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (2nd L) exit a shop with other officals during a visit to Pepinster, where heavy rainfall caused severe floods in the last few days on 17 July 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by NICOLAS MAETERLINCK / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT
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Residents and workers remove debris from shops and houses during a cleanup operation, following heavy rainfall which had caused severe flooding in the area, in Pepinster on 17 July 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by NICOLAS MAETERLINCK / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT
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Damaged cars, debris and bricks a strewn across the street, following heavy rainfall which had caused severe flooding in the area, in Pepinster on 17 July 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by NICOLAS MAETERLINCK / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT
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This picture taken in Angleur, near Liege, on July 17, 2021 shows a wrecked car in the street. The situation remains critical as the water keep rising after the heavy rainfall of the previous days. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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Local residents clean up their house damaged after the flood in Angleur, near Liege, on July 17, 2021 as the situation remains critical as the water keep rising after the heavy rainfall of the previous days. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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Local residents clean up their house damaged after the flood in Angleur, near Liege, on July 17, 2021 as the situation remains critical as the water keep rising after the heavy rainfall of the previous days. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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Local residents clean up an office damaged after the flood in Angleur, near Liege, on July 17, 2021 as the situation remains critical as the water keep rising after the heavy rainfall of the previous days. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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Local residents clean up their house damaged in Angleur, near Liege, on July 17, 2021 after heavy rain hit parts of the country, causing widespread flooding and major damage. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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A local resident pumps water near a damaged house in Angleur, near Liege, on July 17, 2021 after heavy rain hit parts of the country, causing widespread flooding and major damage. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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Local residents clean up their house damaged in Angleur, near Liege, on July 17, 2021 after heavy rain hit parts of the country, causing widespread flooding and major damage. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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This photograph taken on July 17, 2021 shows rubble piled up in a street following heavy rainfall that caused severe flooding in the area, in Chaudfontaine. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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This photograph taken on July 17, 2021 shows rubble piled up in a street following heavy rainfall that caused severe flooding in the area, in Chaudfontaine. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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This photograph taken on July 17, 2021 shows rubble piled up in a street following heavy rainfall that caused severe flooding in the area, in Chaudfontaine. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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This photograph taken on July 17, 2021 shows rubble piled up in a street following heavy rainfall that caused severe flooding in the area, in Chaudfontaine. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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This photograph taken on July 17, 2021 shows rubble in front of a house following heavy rainfall that caused severe flooding in the area, in Chaudfontaine. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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This photograph taken on July 17, 2021 shows excavators parked next to rubble piled up in a street following heavy rainfall that caused severe flooding in the area, in Chaudfontaine. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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Residents look through rubble for their belongings in a street following heavy rainfall that caused severe flooding in the area, in Vaux-sous-Chevremont, near Chaudfontaine on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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This photograph taken on July 17, 2021 shows destroyed equipment and buildings at the Galler chocolate factory, destroyed by a severe flooding following heavy rainfalls, in Vaux-sous-Chevremont, near Chaudfontaine. - As floodwaters recede in the river valleys of industral eastern Belgium the smell of cocoa is mixed with the reek of of diesel fuel and river mud. Among the businesses knocked out of action by the unprecedented inundation is the Galler plant, home to one of the contry's iconic luxury chocolate brands. (Photo by Fran?ois WALSCHAERTS / AFP)
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged area in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visits the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visits the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visits the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: Residents help clean-up following heavy rain and floods in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: Aftremath of heavy rains in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: Residents help clean-up following heavy rain and floods in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: Residents help clean-up following heavy rain and floods in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: Residents help clean-up following heavy rain and floods in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visits the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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