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Typhoon Saola swept across southern China on Saturday after tearing down trees and smashing windows in Hong Kong, although the megacity avoided a feared direct hit from one of the region's strongest storms in decades.
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Watch: Violent storm hits Spanish island of Majorca
A thunderstorm swept through the Spanish island of Majorca on Sunday, bringing torrential rain and flash flooding to several areas.
Flight-free travel: Take a train to these cooler climes in Europe
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Poland: Heat warning as temperatures set to exceed 30°C
Forecast models indicate that a heatwave will persist across much of Poland through this week, with temperatures reaching 30 °C across much of the country.
Hawaii wildfires: What caused the deadliest US blaze in a century?
Many are questioning if more could have been done to prevent such death and destruction.
Storm Hans washes away roads and floods homes in Norway and Sweden
Norway and Sweden warn people to stay indoors as Storm Hans batters the Nordic region.
Germany's famous metal festival halts admissions after heavy rain
The weather takes the shine off the largest metal music festival in the world, as the Wacken Open Air festival was forced to limit admissions because heavy rain turned the ground to mud.
Firefighters contain wildfires on Greek islands but risk remains
Greece reported a significant improvement in the situation around forest fires. The vast majority of fires were under control on Friday, firefighters said.
Mediterranean Sea breaks new high temperature record
Extreme weather across Europe could extend into autumn spurred by record-high sea temperatures.
Europe heatwave: Was it this hot in Rome back in 1841?
Despite heat records being broken around the globe, misinformation about extreme weather is still circulating online.
Europe’s space agency attempts ‘first of its kind’ assisted re-entry
The European Space Agency (ESA) estimates there are 2,000 defunct spacecraft among a total of 10,000 spacecraft currently in space, a majority of which enter the Earth's atmosphere in a natural - rather than controlled - way.
German workers need a siesta to cope with heatwaves, doctors say
Germans should emulate southern Europeans' siesta as temperatures rise, a public health group has said.
How is Athens adapting to rising temperatures?
With temperatures in the Greek capital reaching 40 degrees Celsius, Climate Now explores how Athens is trying to offset heat health risks with a 'cool routes' app, new pocket parks and renovating an ancient Roman aqueduct
At least 22 people dead following flooding in South Korea
In South Korea, as least 22 people have died after a week of heavy rains caused landslides, floods, and damage to property and infrastructure.
Watch: Firefighters battle flames on Dalmatian coast in Croatia
A forest fire fueled by strong winds has engulfed homes and resorts in Croatia.
Japan’s ‘heaviest rain ever’ triggers flooding and landslides
More rain is forecast on Tuesday though officials say the peak of the downpours has passed.