1.Severe flooding across the Balkans has forced tens of thousands to evacuate and has already left more than 35 people dead.
2.Rescue efforts have been hampered by concerns that land mines from the Bosnian War could surface in mudslides, putting those involved in the search efforts at risk.
3."There are reports that land mines buried during the conflict and not yet removed are in some instances being shifted with the landslides, adding [to] the dangers of people living in the areas, as well as rescuers," the Red Cross said.
4.At least 12 bodies have been recovered in Obrenovac, about 22 miles from the capital of Serbia, Belgrade, the government said Sunday evening.
5.At least 13 people are dead in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Deputy Minister of Security Samir Agic said.
6.The toll is likely to rise even higher, officials warned.
7.The flooding is the worst Serbia has seen in the last 120 years since the country started keeping records.
8.At least 24,300 people in Serbia have been evacuated, the Red Cross said Sunday.
9.People wait for transportation during evacuation from Obrenovac, Serbia.