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TOPSHOT - A young resident helps clean-up outside his home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - A young resident stands in the doorway of a home as damaged household goods are brought outside during the clean-up following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (C-R) and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (L) talk to wa woman cleaning the mud following heavy rains and floods during a visit to the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Belgoum's Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (R) gestures as he speaks with European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen (C) and Belgium's vice-prime minister Pierre-Yves Dermagne (L) as they assess the situation in Rochefort, some 80kms south-east of Brussels on July 17, 2021, where heavy rainfall caused severe flooding. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by ANTHONY DEHEZ / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT

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Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (C-R) and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (L) speak with a man cleaning following heavy rains and floods during a visit to the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Belgoum's Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (2R), European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen (2L) and Belgium's vice-prime minister Pierre-Yves Dermagne (C) speak with a resident as they assess the situation in Rochefort, some 80kms south-east of Brussels on July 17, 2021, where heavy rainfall caused severe flooding. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by ANTHONY DEHEZ / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT

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Belgoum's Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (2R), European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen (C) and Belgium's vice-prime minister Pierre-Yves Dermagne (R) speak with officials as they assess the situation in Rochefort, some 80kms south-east of Brussels on July 17, 2021, where heavy rainfall caused severe flooding. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. (Photo by ANTHONY DEHEZ / BELGA / AFP) / Belgium OUT

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Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (C) and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (L) visit the town of Rochefort following heavy rains and floods on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (C) and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (R) speak with a man getting ready to clean following heavy rains and floods during a visit to the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (front C) and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visit the town of Rochefort following heavy rains and floods on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (5th L) and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (L) visit the town of Rochefort following heavy rains and floods on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (L) and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visit the town of Rochefort following heavy rains and floods on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (L) and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (R) stand near a fallen tree during their visit the town of Rochefort following heavy rains and floods on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (C), Belgian Vice-Premier Minister of Economy Pierre-Yves Dermagne, and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen look through a window at a damaged home during their visit the town of Rochefort following heavy rains and floods on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Belgian Vice-Premier Minister of Economy Pierre-Yves Dermagne (L) and Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (R) listen to man during their visit the town of Rochefort following heavy rains and floods on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (2nd L), Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo (2nd R) and Belgian Vice-Premier Minister of Economy Pierre-Yves Dermagne visit the flood damaged town of Rochefort following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (2nd L), fist punches with the former bourgmestre of Rochefort during a visit to the flood damaged town of Rochefort following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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A volunteer distributes hot drinks to residents following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Residents clean their home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Residents clean their home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Residents clean their home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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A young resident helps remove the water and mud from inside her home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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A resident clears his home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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A young resident helps clean-up outside his home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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A young resident stands in the doorway of a home as damaged household goods are brought outside during the clean-up following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Residents have a break as they clear-up following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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A resident stands in flood waters as he tries to clear up following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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A resident stands in flood waters as he tries to clear up following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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A volunteer distributes hot drinks to residents following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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A young resident helps in the clean up of a home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Residents removed damaged furniture from a home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Furniture and other home decorations are placed outside a home during a clean-up following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Residents removed damaged furniture from a home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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A woman washed down the muddy walls of her home following heavy rains and floods in the town of Rochefort on July 17, 2021. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24 on July 17, 2021, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Belgium's Prime Minister Alexander de Croo headed to the town of Rochefort in the basin of the river Meuse to see the aftermath of what he has branded an "unprecedented" flood. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Volunteers prepare food for flood affected residents in Rochefort, some 80kms south-east of Brussels on July 17, 2021, following heavy rains and flooding across areas of France, Belgium, Germany and The Netherlands. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Rescue workers scrambled to find survivors and victims of the devastation wreaked by the worst floods to hit western Europe in living memory, which have already left more than 150 people dead and dozens more missing. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Volunteers prepare food for flood affected residents in Rochefort, some 80kms south-east of Brussels on July 17, 2021, following heavy rains and flooding across areas of France, Belgium, Germany and The Netherlands. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Rescue workers scrambled to find survivors and victims of the devastation wreaked by the worst floods to hit western Europe in living memory, which have already left more than 150 people dead and dozens more missing. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Flood affected residents clear debris from their inundated properties in Rochefort, some 80kms south-east of Brussels on July 17, 2021, following heavy rains and flooding across areas of France, Belgium, Germany and The Netherlands. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Rescue workers scrambled to find survivors and victims of the devastation wreaked by the worst floods to hit western Europe in living memory, which have already left more than 150 people dead and dozens more missing. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Flood affected residents clear debris from their inundated properties in Rochefort, some 80kms south-east of Brussels on July 17, 2021, following heavy rains and flooding across areas of France, Belgium, Germany and The Netherlands. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Rescue workers scrambled to find survivors and victims of the devastation wreaked by the worst floods to hit western Europe in living memory, which have already left more than 150 people dead and dozens more missing. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Flood affected residents clear debris from their inundated properties in Rochefort, some 80kms south-east of Brussels on July 17, 2021, following heavy rains and flooding across areas of France, Belgium, Germany and The Netherlands. - The death toll from flooding in eastern Belgium hit 24, as police went door-to-door seeking news of at risk residents and the prime minister toured devastated towns. Rescue workers scrambled to find survivors and victims of the devastation wreaked by the worst floods to hit western Europe in living memory, which have already left more than 150 people dead and dozens more missing. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged area in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo visit the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo visit the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visits the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo visits the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visits the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visits the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: Residents help clean-up following heavy rain and floods in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: Aftremath of heavy rains in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: Residents help clean-up following heavy rain and floods in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: Residents help clean-up following heavy rain and floods in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: Residents help clean-up following heavy rain and floods in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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LIEGE, BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Eupen city of Liege, Belgium following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo visit the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visits the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visit the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo visit the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo visit the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visits the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo visits the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visits the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged area in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visits the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo visit the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged area in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged area in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged area in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo visit the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged area in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged area in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged area in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged area in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo visit the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Belgium Prime Minister Alexander De Croo visit the flood damaged areas in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged area in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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BELGIUM - JULY 17: A view of the flood damaged area in Rochefort Liege, Vervies and Pepinster following heavy rains on July 17, 2021. The death toll from floods in Belgium rose to 27 on Saturday (July 17) as a result of continuous rains since July 14, according to local media. Heavy rains especially hit eastern Belgium, in regions such as Liege, Verviers, Spa, Namur, and Limburg. Dursun Aydemir / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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TOPSHOT - Rail workers stand near a derailed carriage belonging to the Belgium SNCB train service, the day after heavy rains and floods near the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll following heavy rain storms in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing peopl (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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A woman stands under an umbrella as she looks at an Belgian army vehicle overturned in a ditch of water near the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. Adding to the devastation, several more were feared dead in a landslide in northern Germany on Friday triggered by floods. (Photo by John THYS / AFP)

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A Belgian army vehicle is overturned in a ditch following heavy rains and floods near the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. (Photo by John THYS / AFP)

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A Belgian army vehicle is overturned in a ditch following heavy rains and floods near the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. (Photo by John THYS / AFP)

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A railway carriage of the Belgium SNCB train service is derailed following heavy rains and floods in the region near the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Rail workers stand near a derailed carriage belonging to the Belgium SNCB train service, the day after heavy rains and floods near the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Rail workers stand near a derailed carriage belonging to the Belgium SNCB train service, the day after heavy rains and floods near the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Cars piled up pushed by flood waters near at a roundabout in the Belgian town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll following heavy rain storms in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Locals look at the damage as they stand close to vehicles piled up, shunted by flood waters, near at a roundabout in the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll following heavy rain storms in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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A man reacts as he looks towards his damaged home in the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll following heavy rain storms in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Workers begin to access the damage to a road destroyed during rain storms in the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll following heavy rain storms in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Workers access the damage to a road destroyed during rain storms in the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll following heavy rain storms in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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A woman removes the mud and debris from the garage following earlier rain storms which flooded the region in the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll following heavy rain storms in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Women remove the mud and debris from the garage following earlier rain storms which flooded the region in the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll following heavy rain storms in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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A woman removes the mud and debris from her home following earlier rain storms which flooded the region in the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll following heavy rain storms in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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Vehicles are piled up, shunted by flood waters, near at a roundabout in the town of Rochefort on July 16, 2021. - The death toll following heavy rain storms in Belgium has jumped to 15 with more than 21,000 people left without electricity in one region. The death toll from devastating floods in Europe soared to at least 108 on July 16, 2021, most in western Germany where emergency responders were frantically searching for missing people. (Photo by JOHN THYS / AFP)

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(210716) -- VERVIERS (BELGIUM), July 16, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A woman walks past a tunnel filled with garbage after floods in Verviers, Belgium, July 16, 2021. Belgium has declared July 20 a national day of mourning the victims of the severe weather in recent days. Twenty-one people died and 18 were reported missing on Friday after flash floods that saw rivers burst their banks in the south and east of the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Cheng) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(210716) -- VERVIERS (BELGIUM), July 16, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A woman cleans her garage after floods in Verviers, Belgium, July 16, 2021. Belgium has declared July 20 a national day of mourning the victims of the severe weather in recent days. Twenty-one people died and 18 were reported missing on Friday after flash floods that saw rivers burst their banks in the south and east of the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Cheng) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(210716) -- VERVIERS (BELGIUM), July 16, 2021 (Xinhua) -- People look at a flooded tunnel in Verviers, Belgium, on July 16, 2021. Belgium has declared July 20 a national day of mourning the victims of the severe weather in recent days. Twenty-one people died and 18 were reported missing on Friday after flash floods that saw rivers burst their banks in the south and east of the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Cheng) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(210716) -- VERVIERS (BELGIUM), July 16, 2021 (Xinhua) -- People throw away broken furniture after floods in Verviers, Belgium, July 16, 2021. Belgium has declared July 20 a national day of mourning the victims of the severe weather in recent days. Twenty-one people died and 18 were reported missing on Friday after flash floods that saw rivers burst their banks in the south and east of the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Cheng) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(210716) -- VERVIERS (BELGIUM), July 16, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2021 shows a broken vehicle in a river in Verviers, Belgium. Belgium has declared July 20 a national day of mourning the victims of the severe weather in recent days. Twenty-one people died and 18 were reported missing on Friday after flash floods that saw rivers burst their banks in the south and east of the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Cheng) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(210716) -- VERVIERS (BELGIUM), July 16, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A man clears the road after floods in Verviers, Belgium, July 16, 2021. Belgium has declared July 20 a national day of mourning the victims of the severe weather in recent days. Twenty-one people died and 18 were reported missing on Friday after flash floods that saw rivers burst their banks in the south and east of the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Cheng) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(210716) -- VERVIERS (BELGIUM), July 16, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Aerial photo taken on July 16, 2021 shows broken trees after floods in Verviers, Belgium. Belgium has declared July 20 a national day of mourning the victims of the severe weather in recent days. Twenty-one people died and 18 were reported missing on Friday after flash floods that saw rivers burst their banks in the south and east of the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Cheng) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(210716) -- DUSSELDORF, July 16, 2021 (Xinhua) -- The bank of the river Rhine is flooded in Dusseldorf, western Germany, on July 16, 2021. The death toll from the flood disaster triggered by heavy rainfall in western and southern Germany has risen to more than 100 as of Friday noon local time, according to police and local authorities. (Photo by Tang Ying/Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(210716) -- VERVIERS (BELGIUM), July 16, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Aerial photo taken on July 16, 2021 shows a tunnel filled with garbage after floods in Verviers, Belgium. Belgium has declared July 20 a national day of mourning the victims of the severe weather in recent days. Twenty-one people died and 18 were reported missing on Friday after flash floods that saw rivers burst their banks in the south and east of the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Cheng) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(210716) -- VERVIERS (BELGIUM), July 16, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2021 shows a tunnel filled with garbage after floods in Verviers, Belgium. Belgium has declared July 20 a national day of mourning the victims of the severe weather in recent days. Twenty-one people died and 18 were reported missing on Friday after flash floods that saw rivers burst their banks in the south and east of the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Cheng) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(210716) -- DUSSELDORF, July 16, 2021 (Xinhua) -- The bank of the river Rhine is flooded in Dusseldorf, western Germany, on July 16, 2021. The death toll from the flood disaster triggered by heavy rainfall in western and southern Germany has risen to more than 100 as of Friday noon local time, according to police and local authorities. (Photo by Tang Ying/Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(210716) -- VERVIERS (BELGIUM), July 16, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Aerial photo taken on July 16, 2021 shows a scene after floods in Verviers, Belgium. Belgium has declared July 20 a national day of mourning the victims of the severe weather in recent days. Twenty-one people died and 18 were reported missing on Friday after flash floods that saw rivers burst their banks in the south and east of the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Cheng) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(210716) -- VERVIERS (BELGIUM), July 16, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on July 16, 2021 shows a flooded tunnel in Verviers, Belgium. Belgium has declared July 20 a national day of mourning the victims of the severe weather in recent days. Twenty-one people died and 18 were reported missing on Friday after flash floods that saw rivers burst their banks in the south and east of the country. (Xinhua/Zhang Cheng) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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