The overflow of muddy sewage water caused by the storm is running like a river in the streets of Beirut.
Malecon sea wall in Cuban capital is breached by monster waves that residents say they have never seen before.
From a daring sea rescue, to touching funeral tributes and Armistice artwork, join us as we take a look back at this week’s No Comment videos.
At least 30 people have been killed over the past week in storms, tornadoes, floods, mudslides and gale-force winds across Italy.
Rivers and streams burst their banks as violent storms with torrential rains lash Malaga causing flash flooding.
After warm summer-like days in September and during the first half of October, an unprecedented hailstorm hit Rome Sunday evening
Heavy overnight rain swept through streets and forced hundreds of people from their homes in the southern Spanish province of Malaga on Sunday (October 21), killing one firefighter, the fire service said.
Watch: Stranded residents airlifted to safety after Malaga flash floods
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At least 10 people have died and thousands have been evacuated in southern France after some of the worst flash flooding in more than a century.
More bodies have been found after torrential rain and flash floods brought havoc to the south of France and the islands of Mallorca and Sardinia.
Tennis star swaps a racquet for a broom on his home island.
An elderly woman, who had run out of medication and hadn’t eaten for three days, was airlifted from her North Carolina home after the deadly storm.
Watch: The waters of the flash flood reached a height of 2.5 metres and filled the Raganello gorge in Pollino National Park, sweeping tourists along the rush of water.
More than 300 people have died in the last three months after heavy rain and landslides in Kerala.
Two German campsite owners have been detained and face possible charges after nine children were injured in flooding in southern France and an elderly man went missing.
Fun-loving Swedes turned a flooded train station in Uppsala, a city near Stockholm, into a makeshift swimming pool.
Natural disasters, World Cup reaction, a balloon, and unusual behaviour displayed at a NATO gala in Brussels have made it into this week's No Comment montage.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe cancelled an overseas trip to deal with Japan's worst flood disaster for 35 years.
Torrential rains has pounded some parts of western Japan with
three times the amount normally seen in July.
Strong thunderstorms affected the city of Morlaix in Finistère.