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India TV News Desk [ Updated: October 27, 2011 22:25 IST ]
  • Car wrecks lay in the debris, in the small town of Monterosso in the Italian north western region of Liguria, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, following violent rains and floods that struck in the area. Soldiers and civilian rescue workers battled knee deep mud Thursday as they searched for survivors after flash floods and mudslides inundated picturesque villages around coastal areas of Liguria and Tuscany. (AP Photo/Massimo Pinca)
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    Car wrecks lay in the debris, in the small town of Monterosso in the Italian north western region of Liguria, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, following violent rains and floods that struck in the area. Soldiers and civilian rescue workers battled knee deep mud Thursday as they searched for survivors after flash floods and mudslides inundated picturesque villages around coastal areas of Liguria and Tuscany. (AP Photo/Massimo Pinca)

  • Car wrecks lie in the small town of Monterosso in the Italian north western region of Liguria, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, following violent rains and floods that struck in the area. Soldiers and civilian rescue workers battled knee deep mud Thursday as they searched for survivors after flash floods and mudslides inundated picturesque villages around coastal areas of Liguria and Tuscany. (AP Photo/Massimo Pinca)
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    Car wrecks lie in the small town of Monterosso in the Italian north western region of Liguria, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, following violent rains and floods that struck in the area. Soldiers and civilian rescue workers battled knee deep mud Thursday as they searched for survivors after flash floods and mudslides inundated picturesque villages around coastal areas of Liguria and Tuscany. (AP Photo/Massimo Pinca)

  • Car wrecks are covered with mud in the small town of Monterosso in the Italian north western region of Liguria, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, following violent rains and floods that struck in the area. Soldiers and civilian rescue workers battled knee deep mud Thursday as they searched for survivors after flash floods and mudslides inundated picturesque villages around coastal areas of Liguria and Tuscany. (AP Photo/Massimo Pinca)
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    Car wrecks are covered with mud in the small town of Monterosso in the Italian north western region of Liguria, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, following violent rains and floods that struck in the area. Soldiers and civilian rescue workers battled knee deep mud Thursday as they searched for survivors after flash floods and mudslides inundated picturesque villages around coastal areas of Liguria and Tuscany. (AP Photo/Massimo Pinca)

  • Cars and boats wrecks lay covered with mud in the small town of Monterosso in the Italian north western region of Liguria, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, following violent rains and floods that struck in the area. Soldiers and civilian rescue workers battled knee deep mud Thursday as they searched for survivors after flash floods and mudslides inundated picturesque villages around coastal areas of Liguria and Tuscany. (AP Photo/Massimo Pinca)
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    Cars and boats wrecks lay covered with mud in the small town of Monterosso in the Italian north western region of Liguria, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, following violent rains and floods that struck in the area. Soldiers and civilian rescue workers battled knee deep mud Thursday as they searched for survivors after flash floods and mudslides inundated picturesque villages around coastal areas of Liguria and Tuscany. (AP Photo/Massimo Pinca)

  • In this video grab made available by the Italian Finance police Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011, an aerial view of a mud covered village near La Spezia, Italy. At least nine people have died in flash floods as torrential rains lashed Italy from the Alps to Sicily, authorities said Wednesday. Most of the victims were in Borghetto Vara, a village known for its grapes, wines and chestnuts, about 75 kilometers (45 miles) from Genoa and near the Cinque Terre, a popular vacation area. Roiling waters and mud drove through the village, collapsing at least one building. Another victim died while trying to clear gutters in the Ligurian coastal town of Monterosso, built around a small natural gulf. (AP Photo/Italian Finance Police, Ho)
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    In this video grab made available by the Italian Finance police Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011, an aerial view of a mud covered village near La Spezia, Italy. At least nine people have died in flash floods as torrential rains lashed Italy from the Alps to Sicily, authorities said Wednesday. Most of the victims were in Borghetto Vara, a village known for its grapes, wines and chestnuts, about 75 kilometers (45 miles) from Genoa and near the Cinque Terre, a popular vacation area. Roiling waters and mud drove through the village, collapsing at least one building. Another victim died while trying to clear gutters in the Ligurian coastal town of Monterosso, built around a small natural gulf. (AP Photo/Italian Finance Police, Ho)

  • Mud covered tables are seen stacked outside a bar in Monterosso, Italy, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011. At least nine people have died in flash floods as torrential rains lashed Italy from the Alps to Sicily, authorities said Wednesday. Most of the victims were in Borghetto Vara, a village known for its grapes, wines and chestnuts, about 75 kilometers (45 miles) from Genoa and near the Cinque Terre, a popular vacation area. Roiling waters and mud drove through the village, collapsing at least one building. Another victim died while trying to clear gutters in the Ligurian coastal town of Monterosso, built around a small natural gulf. (AP Photo)
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    Mud covered tables are seen stacked outside a bar in Monterosso, Italy, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011. At least nine people have died in flash floods as torrential rains lashed Italy from the Alps to Sicily, authorities said Wednesday. Most of the victims were in Borghetto Vara, a village known for its grapes, wines and chestnuts, about 75 kilometers (45 miles) from Genoa and near the Cinque Terre, a popular vacation area. Roiling waters and mud drove through the village, collapsing at least one building. Another victim died while trying to clear gutters in the Ligurian coastal town of Monterosso, built around a small natural gulf. (AP Photo)

  • People make their way in a mud covered street in Monterosso, Italy, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011. At least nine people have died in flash floods as torrential rains lashed Italy from the Alps to Sicily, authorities said Wednesday. Most of the victims were in Borghetto Vara, a village known for its grapes, wines and chestnuts, about 75 kilometers (45 miles) from Genoa and near the Cinque Terre, a popular vacation area. Roiling waters and mud drove through the village, collapsing at least one building. Another victim died while trying to clear gutters in the Ligurian coastal town of Monterosso, built around a small natural gulf. (AP Photo)
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    People make their way in a mud covered street in Monterosso, Italy, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011. At least nine people have died in flash floods as torrential rains lashed Italy from the Alps to Sicily, authorities said Wednesday. Most of the victims were in Borghetto Vara, a village known for its grapes, wines and chestnuts, about 75 kilometers (45 miles) from Genoa and near the Cinque Terre, a popular vacation area. Roiling waters and mud drove through the village, collapsing at least one building. Another victim died while trying to clear gutters in the Ligurian coastal town of Monterosso, built around a small natural gulf. (AP Photo)

  • People make their way in a mud covered street in Monterosso, Italy, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011. At least nine people have died in flash floods as torrential rains lashed Italy from the Alps to Sicily, authorities said Wednesday. Most of the victims were in Borghetto Vara, a village known for its grapes, wines and chestnuts, about 75 kilometers (45 miles) from Genoa and near the Cinque Terre, a popular vacation area. Roiling waters and mud drove through the village, collapsing at least one building. Another victim died while trying to clear gutters in the Ligurian coastal town of Monterosso, built around a small natural gulf. (AP Photo)
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    People make their way in a mud covered street in Monterosso, Italy, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011. At least nine people have died in flash floods as torrential rains lashed Italy from the Alps to Sicily, authorities said Wednesday. Most of the victims were in Borghetto Vara, a village known for its grapes, wines and chestnuts, about 75 kilometers (45 miles) from Genoa and near the Cinque Terre, a popular vacation area. Roiling waters and mud drove through the village, collapsing at least one building. Another victim died while trying to clear gutters in the Ligurian coastal town of Monterosso, built around a small natural gulf. (AP Photo)

  • Italian civil protection volunteers use a pump to help clean a flooded street in Rome, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011. A torrential rainstorm battered Rome during the morning rush hour Thursday, causing flash floods that killed one man, felled trees and blocked thousands of commuters from reaching their workplaces. Police rescued dozens of people from low lying buildings. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)
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    Italian civil protection volunteers use a pump to help clean a flooded street in Rome, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011. A torrential rainstorm battered Rome during the morning rush hour Thursday, causing flash floods that killed one man, felled trees and blocked thousands of commuters from reaching their workplaces. Police rescued dozens of people from low lying buildings. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)

  • Italian civil protection volunteers use a pump to clean a flooded street in Rome, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011. A torrential rainstorm battered Rome during the morning rush hour Thursday, causing flash floods that killed one man, felled trees and blocked thousands of commuters from reaching their workplaces. Police rescued dozens of people from low lying buildings. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)
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    Italian civil protection volunteers use a pump to clean a flooded street in Rome, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011. A torrential rainstorm battered Rome during the morning rush hour Thursday, causing flash floods that killed one man, felled trees and blocked thousands of commuters from reaching their workplaces. Police rescued dozens of people from low lying buildings. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)

  • People walk past a paddle next to Rome's ancient Colosseum, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011. A torrential rainstorm battered Rome during the morning rush hour Thursday, causing flash floods that killed one man, felled trees and blocked thousands of commuters from reaching their workplaces. Police rescued dozens of people from low lying buildings. In foreground is seen a bicycle covered by water. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)
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    People walk past a paddle next to Rome's ancient Colosseum, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011. A torrential rainstorm battered Rome during the morning rush hour Thursday, causing flash floods that killed one man, felled trees and blocked thousands of commuters from reaching their workplaces. Police rescued dozens of people from low lying buildings. In foreground is seen a bicycle covered by water. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)

  • Cars and motorbikes are piled in a street in Genoa, Italy, after torrential rains caused two nearby rivers to break their banks and flood this Northern Italian city, Friday, Nov. 4, 2011. Torrential rains lashed Genoa and Italy's western coastline Friday, triggering flash floods that killed at least six people as raging water uprooted trees and swept cars and furniture through the streets. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
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    Cars and motorbikes are piled in a street in Genoa, Italy, after torrential rains caused two nearby rivers to break their banks and flood this Northern Italian city, Friday, Nov. 4, 2011. Torrential rains lashed Genoa and Italy's western coastline Friday, triggering flash floods that killed at least six people as raging water uprooted trees and swept cars and furniture through the streets. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

  • Cars and motorbikes are piled in a street in Genoa, Italy, after torrential rains caused two nearby rivers to break their banks and flood this Northern Italian city, Friday, Nov. 4, 2011. Torrential rains lashed Genoa and Italy's western coastline Friday, triggering flash floods that killed at least six people as raging water uprooted trees and swept cars and furniture through the streets. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
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    Cars and motorbikes are piled in a street in Genoa, Italy, after torrential rains caused two nearby rivers to break their banks and flood this Northern Italian city, Friday, Nov. 4, 2011. Torrential rains lashed Genoa and Italy's western coastline Friday, triggering flash floods that killed at least six people as raging water uprooted trees and swept cars and furniture through the streets. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

  • Cars and scooters are piled up in a street of Genoa after torrential rains caused two nearby rivers to swallow and flood various streets of this Northern Italian city, Friday, Nov. 4, 2011. Torrential rains lashed Genoa and Italy's western coastline Friday, triggering flash floods that killed at least six people as raging water uprooted trees and swept cars and furniture through the streets. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
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    Cars and scooters are piled up in a street of Genoa after torrential rains caused two nearby rivers to swallow and flood various streets of this Northern Italian city, Friday, Nov. 4, 2011. Torrential rains lashed Genoa and Italy's western coastline Friday, triggering flash floods that killed at least six people as raging water uprooted trees and swept cars and furniture through the streets. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

  • Cars float in a street of Genoa after torrential rains caused two nearby rivers to swallow and flood various streets of this Northern Italian city, Friday, Nov. 4, 2011. Torrential rains lashed Genoa and Italy's western coastline Friday, triggering flash floods that killed at least six people as raging water uprooted trees and swept cars and furniture through the streets. (AP Photo/Tano Pecoraro)
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    Cars float in a street of Genoa after torrential rains caused two nearby rivers to swallow and flood various streets of this Northern Italian city, Friday, Nov. 4, 2011. Torrential rains lashed Genoa and Italy's western coastline Friday, triggering flash floods that killed at least six people as raging water uprooted trees and swept cars and furniture through the streets. (AP Photo/Tano Pecoraro)

  • Cars are piled up in a street of Genoa after torrential rains caused two nearby rivers to swallow and flood various streets of this Northern Italian city, Friday, Nov. 4, 2011. Torrential rains lashed Genoa and Italy's western coastline Friday, triggering flash floods that killed at least six people as raging water uprooted trees and swept cars and furniture through the streets. (AP Photo/Tano Pecoraro)
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    Cars are piled up in a street of Genoa after torrential rains caused two nearby rivers to swallow and flood various streets of this Northern Italian city, Friday, Nov. 4, 2011. Torrential rains lashed Genoa and Italy's western coastline Friday, triggering flash floods that killed at least six people as raging water uprooted trees and swept cars and furniture through the streets. (AP Photo/Tano Pecoraro)

  • Cars and scooters are piled up in a street of Genoa after torrential rains caused two nearby rivers to swallow and flood various streets of this Northern Italian city, Friday, Nov. 4, 2011. Torrential rains lashed Genoa and Italy's western coastline Friday, triggering flash floods that killed at least six people as raging water uprooted trees and swept cars and furniture through the streets. (AP Photo/Tano Pecoraro)
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    Cars and scooters are piled up in a street of Genoa after torrential rains caused two nearby rivers to swallow and flood various streets of this Northern Italian city, Friday, Nov. 4, 2011. Torrential rains lashed Genoa and Italy's western coastline Friday, triggering flash floods that killed at least six people as raging water uprooted trees and swept cars and furniture through the streets. (AP Photo/Tano Pecoraro)

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