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    Posted May 18, 2014 by
    San Antonio, Texas
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    Severe weather

    Thousands flee record flooding in Bosnia and Serbia


    After five days of torrential rain caused what has been described as the worst flooding in a century. More than 35 dead and tens of thousands of people were forced to flee their homes. Flood alerts are still in place in many areas of Serbia and northern Bosnia. Almost one-third of Bosnia has been affected. The north-east is worst-hit, with houses, roads and railway lines submerged. Humanitarian aid and technical equipment have arrived from Russia and EU countries, convoy's with food, clothes, medicine, cleaning products are on it's way to help Bosnian and Serbian people. We are trying to help and spread awareness so that more people can help as much as they can. This people have already been struggling enough. We have set up a fund and together we can help the Balkan people.

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