RT reports "Bosnia’s Mine Action Centre warned on Monday that: “Water and landslides have possibly moved some mines and taken away mine warning signs,” Sasa Obradovic, a centre official, told AFP. Teams have been assessing the threat and have issued a warning to residents. Some 120,000 unexploded landmines were left buried in Bosnia after the 1992-1995 Bosnian War – approximately 2.4 percent of the Yugoslav republic is covered with both unexploded mines and similar devices".
That will mean rescue efforts and ultimately the clean-up operation will be hampered and dangerous.
What would be usually classed as three months' worth of rain fell quickly - again what is classed as a normal amount of rain in three months may have to be revised up.
Monday the coal-fired Nikola Tesla power plant, which supplies electricity for half of Serbia and most of Belgrade was under threat. Volunteers joined police and soldiers trying to shore up defences and protect the plant.
Tuesday sand-bags and other flood relief equipment, used during the crippling winter floods across Somerset, will be airlifted to the Balkans from the UK. Khalsa Aid, with support from the Somerset-based Flooding on the Levels Action Group (FLAG) is coordinating the effort.
Updates as available