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Flooding in Europe Kills 7, Shuts Museums and Castles

Torrential rain and rising rivers that continue to sweep across Europe have killed at least seven people and forced the closing of the world's most visited museum. The River Seine surged to its highest level in more than 30 years, overflowing its banks and forcing the Louvre in Paris to close on Friday to allow the staff to move works at risk of damage to higher parts of the museum. The Orsay Museum, on the left bank of the river, also will be closed. In Nemours, 3,000 people have...

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