15 September 1997 T he massive flooding that submerged much of Central Europe this summer caused enormous damage. In the Czech Republic and Poland, hardest hit by the disaster, more than 100 people died and thousands were left homeless.Yet as with many natural catastrophes, this one has provoked talk of renewal and opportunities as well […]

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