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Serbia (AP) Serbia ordered the evacuation Monday of this town and 11 others along the raging Sava River, but Bratislava Pavlovic won't budge, even as water rising six feet in an hour lapped outside her third-floor apartment. "I grew up in this town,"
B92 in English tweets that France has responded to Serbia's call for assistance...The death toll in the Balkans floods has reached 44 according to a Guardian report. JelenaRisticFanclub tweets Balkans flooding sparks mass evacuation and concerns
Bosnian people walk on a broken road after a landslide which swept away eight houses near Kalesija, Bosnia, 150 kms north of Sarajevo, Sunday May 18, 2014. Packed into buses, boats and helicopters, carrying nothing but a handful of belongings, tens
Two years after a drought, the heaviest rain in 120 years flooded towns in Serbia and Bosnia, triggering thousands of mudslides that uncovered land mines, and claimed at least 40 lives. In three days, three months of rain fell.
More than 40 people have been killed in the worst flooding in decades in the Balkans and officials fear a major Serbian power plant is in danger. Russian Television put
The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency has sent a second aid convoy to regions of Bosnia and Herzegovina that have been badly affected by floods. The agency previously sent aid to the town of Maglaj in the Zenica-Doboj canton. Now aid packs
Bosnia Packed into buses, boats and helicopters, carrying nothing but a handful of belongings, tens of thousands fled their homes Saturday in Bosnia and Serbia to escape the worst flooding in a century. Rapidly rising rivers surged into homes,
Serbia (AP) Authorities in Serbia and Bosnia say at least 20 people have died in the two nations from the record flooding that has hit the Balkans this week. In the eastern Bosnian town of Bijeljina, some 10,000 people were being evacuated Saturday
Nikki Christie (with baby) and neighbours from Pelham Road, South Woodford, London...Photograph: Martin Godwin When Nikki Christie rang BT to ask why there were £93 of mystery phone calls to Bosnia and Guinea Bissau on her bill calls she knew no one
Boats sailed through the streets of a Serbian town on Friday on a mission to rescue people trapped by rising waters as the worst floods ever recorded swept Serbia and Bosnia. Some residents of Obrenovac, 30 km southwest of the capital Belgrade, were