LISBON (Reuters) - Torrential rains in southern Portugal killed 10 people, including a baby, injured 44 and left dozens homeless, civil defence officials said on Thursday. Among the victims was an elderly couple drowned when their house flooded in the district of Ourique, 200 km (125 miles) from Lisbon on the main road south to the Algarve holiday resort. In neighbouring Spain, at least 15 people were killed and many were still missing as the violent storms swept eastwards, according to radio reports. The reports said that victims drowned in their homes as streams and rivers overflowed banks in the eastern province of Badajoz, sending walls of water sweeping through towns and villages. In Portugal, trains to the south from Lisbon were halted by the ferocity of the autumn storms, which also cut road links to several villages and districts. The bad weather, which began on Wednesday evening, raised the death toll from storms in Portugal and its mid-Atlantic Azores Islands over the past few days to 39. Twenty-nine people were killed, buried under tonnes of mud, when torrential rains triggered a landslide in the village of Riberia Quente on the Azores island of Sao Miguel last Friday. Officials said some 30 people had been left homeless in southern Portugal, and many others were going to have to leave their houses as the level of the Tagus and Guardiana rivers rose threateningly.