Twenty dead in southern France flash floods

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The death toll in south-eastern France is expected to rise as rescue workers pick through the debris left by flash floods.

Some 20 people have been killed and at least 12 are still missing after torrential rain hit the mountains above the Cote D'Azur region on Tuesday.

"I fear the toll will go higher," said Interior Minister Brice Hortefeux.

Christian Fraser reports.

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