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Two dead from floods in Sabac

SABAC - The city administration in Sabac said on Monday that two people had died in that municipality in western Serbia, most likely because they had not followed the evacuation order, so the authorities appealed to the citizens to comply with the instructions of the headquarters for emergencies because the situation with the river Sava was still critical, despite the dropping water level.

'No More' US Warships in Black Sea - Russian Navy

All US warships that were previously deployed to the Black Sea have now left its basin, the Russian Navy's General Staff has announced.

The destroyer USS Taylor was reported by Interfax agency to be in the Mediterranean on Monday after its 21-day-long stay in the Black Sea allowed by the Montreux Convention setting a three-week time limit for foreign vessels.

USS Donald Cook Leaves Black Sea

The US guided missile destroyer USS Donald Cook has left the Black Sea, reported the Russian wire service ITAR-TASS on Friday.

The information was confirmed on the site of the US Navy. 

USS Donald Cook left the Black Sea on Thursday, passed through the straits and entered the Aegean Sea.

Ferries to start using LNG

By Nikos Roussanoglou

Greece’s coastal shipping sector has set a target of having at least one liquefied natural gas-fueled vessel operating in the next two years, according to a meeting on Wednesday between Merchant Marine Minister Miltiadis Varvitsiotis and sector associations.

Floods Kill Four in Southern Romania

Heavy rain, causing rivers to overflow, has killed four people, including a child, in the Teleorman county of southern Romania, according to the authorities. Two other people are still missing and hundrends have also been evacuated because their homes flooded.

State of emergency in parts of Serbia due to flooding

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