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Women sit with their belongings at a camp for Romanian villagers who evacuated the flooded town of Rast. A thousand people have fled and at least another 9,000 were on stand-by for evacuation in Romania after the swollen River Danube burst its banks.
A Romanian pulls an inflatable boat carrying his belongings in the flooded village of Rast, near the Danube River, southwest of Bucharest, April 23, 2006.
A Romanian woman cries as she waits for food distribution in a tent camp after fleeing the flooded village of Rast, near the Danube river. Thousands of soldiers, volunteers and emergency teams have been working around the clock to shore up and repair dykes in flooded eastern Hungary, the interior ministry said.