TORRENTIAL RAINS HAVE killed at least three people in southern Italy.
The rains have caused landslides in Sicily and also derailed a passenger train in Calabria.
A father and son, aged 50 and 25, were killed when a landslide collapsed houses in Saponara, near the city of Messina, according to the BBC.
A body of a 10-year-old boy has also been recovered, reports Reuters.
At least two people have been reported missing.
The Logano River has broken its banks, making local roads impassable.
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