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German central bank inundated with money damaged in floods

Soaked and mouldy euro banknotes are waiting to be dried at the Bundesbank in Mainz, Germany, Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021. Germany’s central bank says it has been inundated with more than 50 million euros’ ($59 million) worth of damaged bank notes after deadly floods that hit part of the country in July. The Bundesbank said Wednesday that individuals and banks have handed in notes that were soaked in the floods and often also contaminated with oil, sewage or mud. (Boris Roessler/dpa via AP)

Soaked and mouldy euro banknotes are waiting to be dried at the Bundesbank in Mainz, Germany, Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021. Germany’s central bank says it has been inundated with more than 50 million euros’ ($59 million) worth of damaged bank notes after deadly floods that hit part of the country in July. The Bundesbank said Wednesday that individuals and banks have handed in notes that were soaked in the floods and often also contaminated with oil, sewage or mud. (Boris Roessler/dpa via AP)

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