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Drought and high temperatures of river water could force France to temporarily shut down some of its nuclear power plants that supply two-thirds of the country's electricity, Independent.ie reported citing sources. A heatwave across Europe has caused river levels to fall in eastern, central and southern France, the sources said. The Civaux Nuclear Power Plant is cooled by water from the River Vienne, which has fallen close to a historic low, the sources added.