Severe rainstorms in Greece, Bulgaria, and Turkey have caused flooding and left 14 people dead. In Greece, more than 800 people have been rescued from the floods, with three reported deaths. The rainstorms come after devastating wildfires that caused widespread destruction and claimed more than 20 lives. The flooding has led to roads being washed away, making rescue efforts challenging. Emergency services are using tracked vehicles and boats to evacuate people, but the large volume of debris and strong floodwaters have made some areas inaccessible. The extreme weather events are part of a pattern of record temperatures and heavy rainfall linked to global warming.