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Exceptional rains in drought-struck northern Italy kill 8, cancel Formula One Grand Prix


Exceptional rains Wednesday in a drought-struck region of northern Italy swelled rivers over their banks, killing at least eight people, forcing the evacuation of thousands and prompting officials to warn that Italy needs a national plan to combat climate change-induced flooding.

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