Floods in Balkans disrupt people's lives

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View of the flooded city of Obrenovac (Serbia), near Belgrade, that was completely evacuated on the second day of crisis. (19 May 2014). Photo credit: UNCT Serbia

A clearer picture of the damage caused by the worst floods to hit the Balkans in more than a century, is beginning to emerge as the waters start to recede, according to UN agencies.

Devastating floods engulfed Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia, causing landslides and killing people and animals.

The United Nations has dispatched a team with life-saving supplies to the region.

Derrick Mbatha reports.

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