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Bosnia and Serbia emergency after 'worst ever' floods

17 May 2014 Last updated at 04:13 BST

A state of emergency has been declared in Bosnia and Serbia after the heaviest flooding since records began 120 years ago.

At least three people have died in the disaster, and thousands moved from their homes.

There have been landslides in several areas, and the Bosnian authorities have warned that the flooding could dislodge landmines which were laid during the country's civil war two decades ago.

Bojana Nedeljkovic has relatives in the Bosnian town of Doboj.

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