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By Lyn Parry After 36 hours of violent thunderstorms at the beginning of this week the wine producers of the South-east of France are desperately trying to save something from their harvest. On Sunday afternoon the first storms erupted and by Monday the triangle between Valence-Marseille-Montpellier was seriously flooded, both motorways A7 and A9 were closed.


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