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Heavy rains trigger flash floods in Sindh province
After soaking much of Pakistan's southwestern Baluchistan and eastern Punjab province, flash floods have now started to affect the southern Sindh province.
Hungary sacks weather chiefs as forecast stops fireworks display
The government dismissed the heads of the national meteorological service after "Europe's biggest fireworks display" was called off — because of a forecast of storms that never happened.
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Here is our selection of the most striking photographs that hit the headlines this week.
'Spanish Stonehenge' emerges from drought-hit dam
Spains worst drought in decades has led to the emergence of a prehistoric stone circle in a dam whose waterline has receded.
Spanish firefighters battle10,000 hectares blaze
Firefighters continued to battle a blaze in the eastern coastal province of Alicante which has burned nearly 10,000 hectares and forced the evacuation of nearly 1,000 people.
Why are French activists filling golf course holes with cement?
As France faces severe drought, the country's golf courses are escaping water bans. Now, protestors are taking action.
Clouded judgement: A surprising reason hotels get bad reviews
Regardless of the weather when you stayed, hotel experiences can be clouded by the climate on the day you write your review.
France drought: Loire river so low it can be crossed on foot
With an early heatwave in June and an unusually hot and dry month of May, the bed of the Loire has reached a lower level than usual, so much so that the river can be crossed on foot in certain places.
Deadly US lightning strike offers climate warning
Above average temperatures may have contributed to Washington DC's deadly lightning strike on 4 August.
Watch the ‘water police’ enforcing LA rules on garden watering
Los Angeles is currently under the strictest water usage restrictions of all time
Energy emissions soar as Europe battles 'life threatening' heatwaves
Our need to keep cool as temperatures stay high is driving up CO2 emissions across the bloc this summer.
Airport chaos leaves passengers queuing in ‘stifling heat’
Ongoing chaos at Europe's airports is being made worse in some places by record high temperatures.
Can we grow crops that aren't affected by the changing climate?
Will it be possible to feed the planet in a warmer world? The production of key crops like cereals can be hit hard by heatwaves and droughts. Climate Now meets the scientists attempting to uncover and harness the secrets of the most resistant plants.
Car drives through violent wildfire in Portugal, as country wilts under heatwave
A car drives through a wildfire in central Portugal, where over 2,000 firefighters were battling four major fires across the country on Thursday morning.
New heatwave grips Spanish capital
People working outdoors in Madrid as temperatures are nearing 40 degrees Celsius.
Skies over South Dakota turn bright green as strong storm rolls in
Locals in Sioux Falls were understandably worried when this rare weather phenomenon hit their area.
Athens' chief heat officer prepares the city for the climate crisis
Appointed last year, Eleni Myrivili is helping the Greek capital to be prepared for the realities of global warming.
Heatwave cooks western Europe, with temperatures hitting 43°C
Weekend temperatures soared across Western Europe, with many baking in intensely hot and dry conditions.
Record temperatures expected as heatwave sweeps across southern Europe
Temperatures are predicted to exceed 40°C in certain parts of Europe, with experts warning that June heatwaves may be a glimpse of the future as a result of climate change.
House falls into river near Yellowstone National Park
Amateur video shows the rushing waters undercut the opposite riverbank, causing a house to fall into the Yellowstone River and float away mostly intact.