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Parts Of Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina Under Water

Torrential rains in the Balkans have caused widespread floods in recent days. A state of emergency was declared on May 15 in central Serbia, where two deaths occurred. In Bosnia-Herzegovina, hundreds of people were forced to leave Sarajevo's western suburbs as well as towns and villages north of the capital. Meteorologists forecast several more days of rain in the region.

Uzice, Serbia
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Uzice, Serbia

Uzice, Serbia
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Uzice, Serbia

Belgrade, Serbia
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Belgrade, Serbia

Zenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Zenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Zenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Zenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Srebrenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Srebrenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Srebrenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Srebrenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Gradacac
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Gradacac

Gradacac, Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Gradacac, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Gradacac, Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Gradacac, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Tuzla, Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Tuzla, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Zenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Zenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Pozega, Serbia
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Pozega, Serbia

Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Bosnia-Herzegovina

Brcko, Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Brcko, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Brcko, Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Brcko, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Dolac, Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Dolac, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Kraljevo, Serbia
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Kraljevo, Serbia

Kraljevo, Serbia
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Kraljevo, Serbia

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