FLOODWATERS rising near the statue of Zouave at the Alma bridge in Paris on June 2 when the River Seine in the French capital neared its highest level in three decades. The statue (right) during the 1910 flood. LAST week proved to be a tough ... DAWN Group, 1 month ago
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French PM Valls says Seine river stable after floods kill four - Equilibrio Informativo, 1 month ago
PARIS -- At least the river is receding. After days of torrential rain, with the rising brown waters of the Seine forcing artwork at the Louvre to be moved to higher floors, there was continued reprieve on Thursday. Thick morning clouds gave way to ...IrishSun.com, 1 month ago Seine River floods Paris forcing Louvre Museum to close Friday FOXNews.com, 1 month ago France and Germany battle deadly floods Business Standard, 1 month ago Floods devastate France and Germany, leave nine dead First Post.com, 1 month ago
Floodwaters in Paris are forecast to peak on Friday with the river Seine due to reach 19 ft above its normal level, officials said. The world-famous Louvre and Orsay museums have been shut so that staff can move priceless artwork to safety, BBC reported. As ...Business Standard, 1 month ago Paris floods: Seine set to peak as more rain forecast Sokolako, 1 month ago Paris river to peak at six metres Independent Television Network, 1 month ago Paris river 'to peak at six metres' MSN India, 1 month ago
OFF has four suites and 54 guest rooms Paris is home to yet another attraction sure to draw people in droves: This OFF, the first floating hotel in the area, and it has just opened for business. Located in the 21st arrondissement on River Seine, ...AOL UK, 2 weeks ago Floating hotel and bar opens on River Seine in Paris Leisure Management, 3 weeks ago Yangon's Strand Hotel branches out into luxury river cruises The Northern Times, 1 month ago
Insurers met with the French government to assess the damage caused by flooding as the Seine river receded from its highest level.
o help people who lost everything after the worst floods in three decades caused the Seine River to burst its banks. Valls said after a government meeting that "return to normality will take time" and that "solidarity is called for." He said the fund will be ...Business Standard, 1 month ago France Creates Emergency Fund for Flood Victims Claims Journal, 1 month ago French PM Valls creates emergency fund for people affected by floods First Post.com, 1 month ago
At least 18 people have been killed across Europe after a week of heavy rains The riverside Grand Palais exhibition hall in Paris has reopened as flood waters slowly receded from the French capital. The Louvre Museum, several Paris train stations ...Irish Times, 1 month ago
The flooded Seine river continues to steadily recede, but many Paris-area residents say they fear a long recovery ahead. NathanMSN Philippines, 1 month ago Reuters Video: Parisians fear long recovery as Seine river slowly recedes Malay Mail, 1 month ago
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Days of heavy rain in north and central France caused the Seine River to swell, causing massive flooding in Paris and its environs, leading to the closure of the Louvre on June 3 amid worsening flood conditions. le de Pont and le de Puteaux, two of ...Herald Sun, 1 month ago Paris Islands Flooded as River Seine Bulges Yahoo! Singapore, 1 month ago Seine Waters Rising at Iconic Paris Landmarks Yahoo! Singapore, 1 month ago FRANCE: Paris Islands Flooded as River Seine Bulges June 02 Herald Sun, 1 month ago
The rain-swollen River Seine in Paris dropped below six metres early Sunday after reaching its highest level in three decades as attention turned to other areas of France where alert warnings have been issued. After reaching 6.10 metres (20 feet) ...France24, 1 month ago Seine drops below 6 metres but flooding continues MSN News US, 1 month ago River Seine drops below 6 metres in Paris but flooding in France continues MSN Canada, 1 month ago
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