|May 21, 2014||Permalink|
The recent severe flooding in the Balkans will reportedly cost Bosnia, Croatia, and Serbia billions of dollars to recover. The flooding is the worst to hit the region in more than a century, killing more than three dozen people and forcing countless numbers of others from their homes. --Lloyd Young (27 photos total)
Fata Kovacevic reacts near her flood-damaged house in Topcic Polje, Bosnia on May 20. At least 40 people have died in Serbia, Bosnia and Croatia, after days of the heaviest rainfall since records began 120 years ago caused rivers to burst their banks and triggered hundreds of landslides. Dado Ruvic/Reuters
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