River Seine, Paris
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Paris flood waters begin to recede

Flood waters in some parts of Paris have started dropping after reaching a 34-year high on Friday.

The floods caused parts of the metro system and major landmarks to close.

Even though the water level has fallen, the city is still under the second-highest alert which warns of a "significant impact".

The BBC's Catriona Renton reports.

  • 05 Jun 2016
  • From the section Europe
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