Europe is suffering from extreme weather caused by climate change. Massive wildfires occurred in Italy and Spain, followed by heavy rains in Britain and Belgium.

Kwak Sang-eun is a reporter.

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Italian island of Sardinia, famous as a vacation destination, was engulfed in thick smoke.

The forest fire that started on the 24th has damaged 200 km2 of forest so far, 83 times the area of ​​Yeouido.

[Christian Solinas/Governor of Sardinia: The environmental heritage of Sardinia, which has been around for centuries, has turned 20,000 hectares of forest to ashes.] A

fire spread near residential areas, evacuating more than 900 residents, and Sardinia is a disaster emergency. The situation was declared.

In France and Greece, etc., they are working on an all-out evolution, such as receiving support from helicopters, but it is expected that it will take some time for complete evolution.

In the northeastern part of Spain, including the suburbs of Barcelona, ​​large-scale wildfires also occurred, damaging an area of ​​more than 12 square kilometers.

Belgium is hit by another torrential rain 10 days after the floods killed more than 30 people.

The swelled water hit the road in an instant, flowing down like a river, and vehicles were swept away by the currents.

In London, England, record heavy rain fell in the northeastern part of the city, causing flooding in parts of the city.

Flooding damage occurred not only in vehicles, but also in all stations and hospitals.