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Several Dead in Italy Flooding

The flooding in central Italy followed heavy rain and an unusually high tide in Venice – the sixth highest level since records began in 1872 – which left nearly three-quarters of the lagoon city under water.

The three people feared to have drowned – two men and a woman – were believed to be employees of Enel, Italy's biggest electricity company.

Source: The Telegraph. Read full article. (link)

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