Europe flooding

Meuse River and the Rhine River sort of do the same thing. Take water from higher regions of Germany and Belgium through the Netherlands to the North Sea, but the Meuse River got hit harder with flooding. One of the first headline was from the Ahr River, a small tributary of the Rhine, but the Rhine Basin did not get flooded broadly, so the Rhine handled it. The Meuse was different from the Rhine, and its basin was flooded broadly causing flooding in the Netherlands, and making headlines today.

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