Flash floods hit southern Spain

Guardian: Eight people have been killed and hundreds evacuated from their homes after extreme weather and flash floods hit southern Spain on Friday. The flooding, caused by torrential rain after months of drought, hit areas around Murcia and Almería in the south-east and Málaga in the south. A 52-year-old British woman is believed to be missing in Almería, according to a government official. The weather brought down a motorway bridge and cars were swept away. Officials in the region said at least......

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