A part of a vacuum cleaner is covered in mud inside a flooded house in Obrenovac
A part of a vacuum cleaner is covered in mud inside a flooded house in Obrenovac, southwest of Belgrade May 20, 2014. The Balkans were hit by the worst floods in living memory last month, and the death toll has climbed gradually as more victims are found, reaching some 65 in total in Serbia and Bosnia. As the waters retreat, a wave of solidarity has given way to questions about the readiness and response of authorities to the heaviest rainfall in the region in over a century. Serbians and Bosnians are asking if so many had to die. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development estimates the damage in Serbia at up to two billion euros ($2.7 billion), or seven percent of national output, and 1.3 billion ($1.8 billion) euros in Bosnia, or 10 percent of output. Picture taken May 20, 2014. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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