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15 photos qui montrent l'ampleur des intempéries en Europe

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Les effets des intempéries en Allemagne et en Belgique. keystone

Plus de 150 personnes sont décédées suite aux inondations sans précédent qui ont frappé l'Europe. L'Allemagne et la Belgique sont sous le choc. Retour en images.



Un gigantesque glissement de terrain à Erftstadt, en Rhénanie-du-Nord-Westphalie

This image provided on Friday, July 16, 2021 by the Cologne district government shows the Blessem district of Erftstadt in Germany. Rescuers were rushing Friday to help people trapped in their homes in the town of Erftstadt, southwest of Cologne. Regional authorities said several people had died after their houses collapsed due to subsidence, and aerial pictures showed what appeared to be a massive sinkhole. (Rhein-Erft-Kreis via AP)

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Une rue à Erftstadt

Cars show up as the flood sinks on a road in Erftstadt, Germany, Saturday, July 17, 2021. Due to strong rain falls the small Erft river went over the banks causing massive damages. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)

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Un crustacé marche sur une route à Schuld, en Rhénanie-Palatinat

A crustacean walks on a road after flooding went back in Schuld, Germany, Friday, July 16, 2021. Two days before the Ahr river went over the banks after strong rain falls causing severals deaths and hundreds of people missing. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)

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Une maison détruite à Altenahr

A distroyed house is seen in Altenahr, western 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. (Lino Mirgeler/dpa via AP)

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Un train submergé par l'eau à la gare de Kobel, en Rhénanie-Palatinat

A regional train sits in the flood waters at the local station in Kordel, Germany, Thursday July 15, 2021 after it was flooded by the high waters of the Kyll river. (Sebastian Schmitt/dpa via AP)

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Ce qui reste du village de Schuld

epa09346716 A view of the damage at village of Schuld in the district of Ahrweiler after heavy flooding of the river Ahr, in Schuld, Germany, 15 July 2021. Large parts of Western Germany were hit by heavy, continuous rain in the night to 14 July, resulting in local flash floods that destroyed buildings and swept away cars.  EPA/SASCHA STEINBACH

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Le propriétaire d'un hôtel assis devant son établissement endommagé à Insul

A hotel owner sits on a Jesus statue in front of his damaged hotel in Insul, southern Germany, Thursday, July 15, 2021. Due to heavy rain falls the Ahr river dramatically went over the banks the evening before. People have died and dozens of people are missing in Germany after heavy flooding turned streams and streets into raging torrents, sweeping away cars and causing some buildings. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)

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Des immeubles détruits à Pepinster, en Belgique

epa09349119 A general view over destruction after the floodings in Pepinster, Belgium, 16 July 2021. Heavy rainfall has caused widespread damage and flooding in parts of Belgium and adjacent regions.  EPA/STEPHANIE LECOCQ

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Les dégâts causés par la pluie à Pepinster

epa09349121 A general view over destruction after the floodings in Pepinster, Belgium, 16 July 2021. Heavy rainfall has caused widespread damage and flooding in parts of Belgium and adjacent regions.  EPA/STEPHANIE LECOCQ

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L'intérieur d'un appartement à Angleur, dans la province de Liège

Homeowners push mud and water out of their house after flooding in Angleur, Province of Liege, Belgium, Friday July 16, 2021. Severe flooding in Germany and Belgium has turned streams and streets into raging torrents that have swept away cars and caused houses to collapse. (AP Photo/Valentin Bianchi)

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La ville de Liège a dû être évacuée

Residents use rubber rafts to evacuate after the Meuse River broke its banks during heavy flooding in Liege, Belgium, Thursday, July 15, 2021. Heavy rainfall is causing flooding in several provinces in Belgium with rain expected to last until Friday. (AP Photo/Valentin Bianchi)

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Une habitante de Verviers, en Wallonie

A woman stands outside while cleaning mud and water out of her house after flooding in Ensival, Verviers, Belgium, Friday July 16, 2021. Severe flooding in Germany and Belgium has turned streams and streets into raging torrents that have swept away cars and caused houses to collapse. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)

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Toujours à Verviers

A resident throws damaged items out of a window after flooding in Ensival, Verviers, Belgium, Friday July 16, 2021. Severe flooding in Germany and Belgium has turned streams and streets into raging torrents that have swept away cars and caused houses to collapse. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)

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Les secouristes en action à Pepinster

epa09349111 Rescue forces are deployed to the floodings in Pepinster, Belgium, 16 July 2021. Heavy rainfall has caused widespread damage and flooding in parts of Belgium and adjacent regions.  EPA/STEPHANIE LECOCQ

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Inondations à Erdorf, Allemagne

Houses are submerged on the overflowed river banks in Erdorf, Germany, as the village was flooded Thursday, July 15, 2021. Continuous rainfall has flooded numerous villages and cellars in Rhineland-Palatinate, southwestern Germany. (Harald Tittel/dpa via AP)

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