Floods in Northern Italy Kill at Least 14

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Dark clouds unleashed fresh rain on Friday over the drenched northern Italian region of Emilia-Romagna, where flooding in recent days has caused at least 14 deaths and left thousands more homeless.

Hundreds of rescue workers toiled through the night to evacuate residents, free roads from mud and debris, restore electricity and repair telephone towers, while officials began to take a fuller accounting of the damage in a region that not long ago was wrestling with a persistent drought.

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