Shifting Minefields: Bosnia’s Violent Legacy in the Wake of the Balkan Floods

Bosnia-Herzegovina has suffered tremendously from the recent Balkan floods – unexpected flash flooding, bursting rivers, and landslides have resulted in a state of emergency. Particularly troubling are the 2,000 landslides which have occurred as a result of the floods. As a result of the heavy rainfall, thousands of landslides have dislodged landmines from their carefully mapped locations, compounding the many dangers from the floods.

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