Death toll exceeds 125 as Germany and Belgium hit by devastating floods

Search for missing continues, with Netherlands, Switzerland and Luxembourg also affected

The death toll from catastrophic floods in western Germany and Belgium has risen to more than 125, local authorities have said, as emergency services continued their search for hundreds still missing.

The German president, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, said he was “stunned” by the devastation caused by the flooding and pledged support to the families of those killed and to cities and towns facing significant damage.

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