Flood Waters From Czech Dams Bear Down On Prague

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The authorities in the Czech Republic have been forced to open dams in the south of the country, releasing huge volumes of water towards Prague.
 
 
The authorities in the Czech Republic have been forced to open dams in the south of the country, releasing huge volumes of water towards Prague.
 
The River Vltava, which flows through the capital, is rising and levels are expected to peak on Tuesday morning.
 
 
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