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    Aid collected in the north of the country is being hastily transported in columns of semi trucks, running red lights, sporting police escorts via alternative routes (due to severely damaged infrastructure) to the southern towns gravely affected by the worst floods ever recorded in Serbia. Meanwhile, international aid crews (mostly by Russian special forces, who arrived first, Friday) are supporting Serbian army and special police units to evacuate 25000 people stranded and retrieve casualties from the flooded town of Obrenovac and it's surrounding near the flows of rivers Kolubara and Sava, all the whilst more than 10000 civilians are still trying to defend two more towns near the same river (supported by tech and airborne helicopter vehicles from EU, USA and eastern European countries for which people of Serbia express great gratitude). Please support Serbia!

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