Publicerades den 16 jul 2021
More than 120 people have died and hundreds are still missing after record rainfall caused the worst flooding in parts of Western Europe for many decades.
In Germany dozens of people were unaccounted for, with the Chancellor Angela Merkel describing the floods as a catastrophe.
Torrential rain has also devastated parts of Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
Survivors have described the terrifying speed at which water levels rose.
Some politicians in Germany say the extreme weather is the result of global warming and they're calling for more urgent action to counter climate change.
Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten reporting - from Jenny Hill in Erftstadt, Germany - Anna Holligan in the Dutch town of Valkenberg - and chief environment correspondent Justin Rowlatt on the threat posed by climate change.
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