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State of emergency lifted in Srpska


The state of emergency has been lifted in Republika Srpska, on Monday, while other flooded regions are still struggling with water and possible landslides.

The Balkans were recently hit by floods that killed at least 60 people throughout the region and affected almost a quarter of Bosnia’s population of four million.

Prime Minister of the Bosnian Serb Republic Zeljka Cvijanovic told journalists, after a government meeting, that the situation in eight cities, most affected by the floods, including Doboj and Bijeljina, remained perilous.


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