Epic flooding in Balkans raises fears about land mines surfacing

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May 19, 2014 — Updated 0626 GMT (1426 HKT) Residents place sandbags on a road near Orasje, Bosnia, to protect the city from flooding on Sunday, May 18. Heavy rainfall in Serbia and neighboring Bosnia has resulted in the worst flooding the countries have seen since records began 120 years ago, meteorologists say. An aerial photo shows the flooding in Brcko, Bosnia, on May 18. A woman walks past sandbags along the banks of the Sava River in the Serbian city of Sremska Mitrovica, on May 18. Police officers help a local villager evacuate pigs from his farm in anticipation of flooding in the village of Sremska Raca, Serbia, on May 18. A police vehicle drives through a flooded street in…

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