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Danube supports conference, agile community with third year of sponsorship BELLEVUE, Wash., May 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Danube Technologies, Inc., (http://www.danube.com), the leader in software and training for the Scrum method of agile software development, today announces its continued commitment to helping organizations improve processes with Scrum through a sponsorship at the Agile 2009 Conference.
Bulgaria must secure $5 billion to start building a nuclear power plant with two 1,000-megawatt reactors at Belene on the Danube River, an engineer said. Djurica Tankosic, an architect-engineer for WorleyParsons Ltd., which works on the Belene plant project, urged the Bulgarian government to find funds as soon as possible to avoid delays in construction, scheduled to begin this year, the Bulgarian Sofia news agency SNA said Wednesday. Tankosic singled out two sources the Bulgarian government...
Romania is struggling to prevent a humanitarian disaster after floods around the Danube river this month left at least 4,000 homeless, authorities said on Sunday.
By Radu Marinas BUCHAREST (Reuters) - The flood risk from the swollen Danube eased throughout Romania on Friday, allowing hundreds of villagers to return home, but officials said the threat of more floods persisted if dikes burst.
By Bogdan Cristel SPANTOV, Romania (Reuters) - Thousands of Romanians have fled low-lying areas of the Danube basin in the last 24 hours as the river overwhelmed flood defenses to swamp towns, villages and farmland, officials said on Wednesday.
By Bogdan Cristel SPANTOV, Romania (Reuters) - Thousands of Romanians fled low-lying areas of the Danube basin over the last 24 hours as the river overwhelmed flood defenses to swamp roads and farmland, government officials said on Wednesday.
By Aurora Martiniuc and Marius Zaharia BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Hundreds of Romanians were fleeing their homes in impoverished rural areas on Tuesday as rescue teams struggled to reinforce dikes holding back the swollen Danube river, officials said.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Hundreds of Romanians faced evacuation on Tuesday as rescue teams struggled to reinforce dikes holding back the swollen Danube river, officials said.
By Martin Dokoupil BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Thousands of Romanians fled their homes overnight and thousands more faced the same fate on Monday when the swollen river Danube breached waterlogged dikes and threatened to break through more defenses.
By Martin Dokoupil BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Thousands of Romanians were evacuated overnight when the swollen Danube burst several waterlogged dikes and officials said on Monday more defenses could break as flood waters retreated more slowly than expected.
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