Bulgarian soldiers survey the area from atop a military vehicle during flooding in the town of Tzar Kaloyan, 260 kilometers (160 miles) east of the Bulgarian capital Sofia, Tuesday, Aug, 7, 2007. Torrential rain after weeks of drought caused severe flooding in northern Bulgaria, sweeping away cars, reducing dozens of homes to rubble and killing at least seven people.
Bulgarian soldiers survey the area from atop a military vehicle during flooding in the town of Tzar Kaloyan, 260 kilometers (160 miles) east of the Bulgarian capital Sofia, Tuesday, Aug, 7, 2007. Torrential rain after weeks of drought caused severe flooding in northern Bulgaria, sweeping away cars, reducing dozens of homes to rubble and killing at least seven people. PETAR PETROV ASSOCIATED PRESS
Bulgarian soldiers survey the area from atop a military vehicle during flooding in the town of Tzar Kaloyan, 260 kilometers (160 miles) east of the Bulgarian capital Sofia, Tuesday, Aug, 7, 2007. Torrential rain after weeks of drought caused severe flooding in northern Bulgaria, sweeping away cars, reducing dozens of homes to rubble and killing at least seven people. PETAR PETROV ASSOCIATED PRESS

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