Балканы оказались под водой. Албанцы бегут из дома

6 Декабря 2010, 11:28

Албания, Черногория, Босния и Герцеговина борются с небывалыми наводнениями и оползнями, вызванными таянием снегов и проливными дождями. Фото AFP

A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Bosnian villagers drive a tractor through one-meter-high of water on a regional road near the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, on December 2, 2010. After several days of constant rain, the rivers Drina in the East and Neretva in the south of the country have risen to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities along their banks. AFP PHOTO/ELVIS BARUKCIC , Albanian Civil defence forces evacuate people from their flooded houses in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man wades through a flooded street in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana, on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Bosnian villagers drive a tractor through one-meter-high of water on a regional road near the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, on December 2, 2010. After several days of constant rain, the rivers Drina in the East and Neretva in the south of the country have risen to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities along their banks. AFP PHOTO/ELVIS BARUKCIC
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Bosnian villagers drive a tractor through one-meter-high of water on a regional road near the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, on December 2, 2010. After several days of constant rain, the rivers Drina in the East and Neretva in the south of the country have risen to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities along their banks. AFP PHOTO/ELVIS BARUKCIC , Albanian Civil defence forces evacuate people from their flooded houses in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man wades through a flooded street in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana, on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man pushes his bicycle as he wades through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Albanians wade through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man rides his bicycle through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , People walk on a flood street in Venice on December 3, 2010. Tourists in Venice awoke to warning sirens on Friday as the "acqua alta" (high water) reached the highest level this year, leaving 55 percent of the city under water. Shortly before dawn, sirens rang out across the city to warn inhabitants that the water level had risen above 1.10 meters (3.6 feet). Later in the morning, the level had risen to 1.40 meters above sea level. AFP PHOTO / MARCO SABADIN , Goran Djordjic, a 26-year-old resident of the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, tows his canoe to get sand bags and other material to prevent flood damages to his home, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian people commte through their neighborhood in a canoe near the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian people commute through their neighborhood in a canoe near the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian men transport sand bags to build a wall and try to prevent flood damages to a home near the Sothern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian Josip Milicevic, 40, from the Southern Bosnian town of Capljina rows his boat after checking flood damages on his greenhouses where he plants letuce for comercial purposes, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Bosnian villagers drive a tractor through one-meter-high of water on a regional road near the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, on December 2, 2010. After several days of constant rain, the rivers Drina in the East and Neretva in the south of the country have risen to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities along their banks. AFP PHOTO/ELVIS BARUKCIC , Albanian Civil defence forces evacuate people from their flooded houses in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man wades through a flooded street in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana, on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man pushes his bicycle as he wades through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Albanians wade through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man rides his bicycle through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , People walk on a flood street in Venice on December 3, 2010. Tourists in Venice awoke to warning sirens on Friday as the "acqua alta" (high water) reached the highest level this year, leaving 55 percent of the city under water. Shortly before dawn, sirens rang out across the city to warn inhabitants that the water level had risen above 1.10 meters (3.6 feet). Later in the morning, the level had risen to 1.40 meters above sea level. AFP PHOTO / MARCO SABADIN , Goran Djordjic, a 26-year-old resident of the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, tows his canoe to get sand bags and other material to prevent flood damages to his home, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian people commte through their neighborhood in a canoe near the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian people commute through their neighborhood in a canoe near the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian men transport sand bags to build a wall and try to prevent flood damages to a home near the Sothern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Bosnian villagers drive a tractor through one-meter-high of water on a regional road near the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, on December 2, 2010. After several days of constant rain, the rivers Drina in the East and Neretva in the south of the country have risen to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities along their banks. AFP PHOTO/ELVIS BARUKCIC , Albanian Civil defence forces evacuate people from their flooded houses in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man wades through a flooded street in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana, on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man pushes his bicycle as he wades through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Bosnian villagers drive a tractor through one-meter-high of water on a regional road near the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, on December 2, 2010. After several days of constant rain, the rivers Drina in the East and Neretva in the south of the country have risen to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities along their banks. AFP PHOTO/ELVIS BARUKCIC , Albanian Civil defence forces evacuate people from their flooded houses in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man wades through a flooded street in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana, on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man pushes his bicycle as he wades through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Albanians wade through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man rides his bicycle through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , People walk on a flood street in Venice on December 3, 2010. Tourists in Venice awoke to warning sirens on Friday as the "acqua alta" (high water) reached the highest level this year, leaving 55 percent of the city under water. Shortly before dawn, sirens rang out across the city to warn inhabitants that the water level had risen above 1.10 meters (3.6 feet). Later in the morning, the level had risen to 1.40 meters above sea level. AFP PHOTO / MARCO SABADIN
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Bosnian villagers drive a tractor through one-meter-high of water on a regional road near the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, on December 2, 2010. After several days of constant rain, the rivers Drina in the East and Neretva in the south of the country have risen to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities along their banks. AFP PHOTO/ELVIS BARUKCIC , Albanian Civil defence forces evacuate people from their flooded houses in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man wades through a flooded street in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana, on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man pushes his bicycle as he wades through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Albanians wade through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Bosnian villagers drive a tractor through one-meter-high of water on a regional road near the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, on December 2, 2010. After several days of constant rain, the rivers Drina in the East and Neretva in the south of the country have risen to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities along their banks. AFP PHOTO/ELVIS BARUKCIC , Albanian Civil defence forces evacuate people from their flooded houses in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Bosnian villagers drive a tractor through one-meter-high of water on a regional road near the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, on December 2, 2010. After several days of constant rain, the rivers Drina in the East and Neretva in the south of the country have risen to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities along their banks. AFP PHOTO/ELVIS BARUKCIC , Albanian Civil defence forces evacuate people from their flooded houses in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man wades through a flooded street in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana, on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man pushes his bicycle as he wades through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Albanians wade through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man rides his bicycle through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , People walk on a flood street in Venice on December 3, 2010. Tourists in Venice awoke to warning sirens on Friday as the "acqua alta" (high water) reached the highest level this year, leaving 55 percent of the city under water. Shortly before dawn, sirens rang out across the city to warn inhabitants that the water level had risen above 1.10 meters (3.6 feet). Later in the morning, the level had risen to 1.40 meters above sea level. AFP PHOTO / MARCO SABADIN , Goran Djordjic, a 26-year-old resident of the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, tows his canoe to get sand bags and other material to prevent flood damages to his home, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Bosnian villagers drive a tractor through one-meter-high of water on a regional road near the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, on December 2, 2010. After several days of constant rain, the rivers Drina in the East and Neretva in the south of the country have risen to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities along their banks. AFP PHOTO/ELVIS BARUKCIC , Albanian Civil defence forces evacuate people from their flooded houses in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man wades through a flooded street in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana, on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man pushes his bicycle as he wades through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Albanians wade through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man rides his bicycle through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Bosnian villagers drive a tractor through one-meter-high of water on a regional road near the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, on December 2, 2010. After several days of constant rain, the rivers Drina in the East and Neretva in the south of the country have risen to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities along their banks. AFP PHOTO/ELVIS BARUKCIC , Albanian Civil defence forces evacuate people from their flooded houses in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man wades through a flooded street in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana, on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man pushes his bicycle as he wades through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Albanians wade through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man rides his bicycle through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , People walk on a flood street in Venice on December 3, 2010. Tourists in Venice awoke to warning sirens on Friday as the "acqua alta" (high water) reached the highest level this year, leaving 55 percent of the city under water. Shortly before dawn, sirens rang out across the city to warn inhabitants that the water level had risen above 1.10 meters (3.6 feet). Later in the morning, the level had risen to 1.40 meters above sea level. AFP PHOTO / MARCO SABADIN , Goran Djordjic, a 26-year-old resident of the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, tows his canoe to get sand bags and other material to prevent flood damages to his home, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian people commte through their neighborhood in a canoe near the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian people commute through their neighborhood in a canoe near the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Bosnian villagers drive a tractor through one-meter-high of water on a regional road near the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, on December 2, 2010. After several days of constant rain, the rivers Drina in the East and Neretva in the south of the country have risen to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities along their banks. AFP PHOTO/ELVIS BARUKCIC , Albanian Civil defence forces evacuate people from their flooded houses in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man wades through a flooded street in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana, on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man pushes his bicycle as he wades through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Albanians wade through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man rides his bicycle through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , People walk on a flood street in Venice on December 3, 2010. Tourists in Venice awoke to warning sirens on Friday as the "acqua alta" (high water) reached the highest level this year, leaving 55 percent of the city under water. Shortly before dawn, sirens rang out across the city to warn inhabitants that the water level had risen above 1.10 meters (3.6 feet). Later in the morning, the level had risen to 1.40 meters above sea level. AFP PHOTO / MARCO SABADIN , Goran Djordjic, a 26-year-old resident of the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, tows his canoe to get sand bags and other material to prevent flood damages to his home, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian people commte through their neighborhood in a canoe near the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Bosnian villagers drive a tractor through one-meter-high of water on a regional road near the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, on December 2, 2010. After several days of constant rain, the rivers Drina in the East and Neretva in the south of the country have risen to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities along their banks. AFP PHOTO/ELVIS BARUKCIC , Albanian Civil defence forces evacuate people from their flooded houses in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man wades through a flooded street in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana, on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man pushes his bicycle as he wades through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Albanians wade through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man rides his bicycle through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , People walk on a flood street in Venice on December 3, 2010. Tourists in Venice awoke to warning sirens on Friday as the "acqua alta" (high water) reached the highest level this year, leaving 55 percent of the city under water. Shortly before dawn, sirens rang out across the city to warn inhabitants that the water level had risen above 1.10 meters (3.6 feet). Later in the morning, the level had risen to 1.40 meters above sea level. AFP PHOTO / MARCO SABADIN , Goran Djordjic, a 26-year-old resident of the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, tows his canoe to get sand bags and other material to prevent flood damages to his home, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian people commte through their neighborhood in a canoe near the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian people commute through their neighborhood in a canoe near the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian men transport sand bags to build a wall and try to prevent flood damages to a home near the Sothern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian Josip Milicevic, 40, from the Southern Bosnian town of Capljina rows his boat after checking flood damages on his greenhouses where he plants letuce for comercial purposes, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC , A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanians sitting on a boat in the flooded city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows an Albanian man evacuating some goods from his home in the flooded city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC
A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanian Civil defence forces evacuating people from their flooded houses in the city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Montenegrins in canoe evacuated their flooded homes in a canoe carrying their belongings in Berislavce, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , A Montenegrin evacuates his flooded homes in a canoe carrying his belongings in Bistrice, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , TOPSHOTS Montenegrins in canoe pass along their flooded homes in Rijeka Crnojevica, south of capital Podgorica, on December 5, 2010. Flooding caused by rivers swollen by heavy rainfall continued to plague the Western Balkans with thousands evacuated in Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro. TOPSHOTS / AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC , Bosnian villagers drive a tractor through one-meter-high of water on a regional road near the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, on December 2, 2010. After several days of constant rain, the rivers Drina in the East and Neretva in the south of the country have risen to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities along their banks. AFP PHOTO/ELVIS BARUKCIC , Albanian Civil defence forces evacuate people from their flooded houses in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man wades through a flooded street in Shkodra, 120 km from Tirana, on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man pushes his bicycle as he wades through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , Albanians wade through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , A man rides his bicycle through a flooded street in Shkodra district, some 75 miles (120 kilometers) north-west of Tirana on December 2, 2010. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU , People walk on a flood street in Venice on December 3, 2010. Tourists in Venice awoke to warning sirens on Friday as the "acqua alta" (high water) reached the highest level this year, leaving 55 percent of the city under water. Shortly before dawn, sirens rang out across the city to warn inhabitants that the water level had risen above 1.10 meters (3.6 feet). Later in the morning, the level had risen to 1.40 meters above sea level. AFP PHOTO / MARCO SABADIN , Goran Djordjic, a 26-year-old resident of the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, tows his canoe to get sand bags and other material to prevent flood damages to his home, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian people commte through their neighborhood in a canoe near the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian people commute through their neighborhood in a canoe near the Southern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian men transport sand bags to build a wall and try to prevent flood damages to a home near the Sothern-Bosnian town of Capljina, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC , Bosnian Josip Milicevic, 40, from the Southern Bosnian town of Capljina rows his boat after checking flood damages on his greenhouses where he plants letuce for comercial purposes, on December 3, 2010. The flooding in southern Bosnian regions is caused by river Neretva. After several days of constant rain, rivers Drina on the East and Neretva on the South of the country have raised to a critical level and started flooding populated areas of several cities and agricultural land along their banks. AFP PHOTO / ELVIS BARUKCIC , A picture taken on December 4, 2010, shows Albanians sitting on a boat in the flooded city of Shkodra. Thousands of people and livestock are being evacuated due to flooding in northwestern Albania. The government declared a state of emergency in the northwestern districts of Albania following days of torrential rain. AFP PHOTO / GENT SHKULLAKU

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