Paris flood alert subsides but north-east France braced for more storms

Red flood alerts were eased on Sunday as clean-up operations began in parts of north and central France with damage to rail network described as 'catastrophic'.

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The rain-swollen River Seine in Paris dropped below six metres early Sunday after reaching its highest level in three decades as attention turned to other areas of France where alert warnings have been issued, reports FRANCE 24.