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Flooding in Australia

Record breaking rainfall has caused severe flooding in Queensland, Australia. To date, 19 people have been killed, the flood waters have damaged many homes and businesses,  and now threaten the state’s main city, Brisbane.  Some scientists are exploring the possible link between these flood events and global climate change.  DB and GR

Here are a few articles on the floods, we will continue to update them.

Australia flooding worst in 50 years

Dozens still missing as floodwaters peak in Brisbane

Flooded Australia city “like war zone”

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