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    Czech emergency services work round the clock to...

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    by euronews (in English)

    Days of heavy rain have forced emergency services to work round the clock trying to evacuate residents from flooded villages in the Czech Republic.

    The village of Krivousy, 30 kilometres north of Prague, has been inundated by the river Vltava.

    Some locals who lived through the 2002 floods refuse to leave this time.

    For Krivousy Mayor Jana Koberov it's a problem: