Unexploded missiles and bombs in Sava and Danube

JAGODINA - A large number of unexploded missiles and bombs have been lying in the Sava and the Danube since NATO's bombing campaign against Yugoslavia in the 1999 and surveys of other waterways suspected of pollution from various types of explosives are under way, head of Serbia's Mine Action Centre Branislav Jovanovic has told Tanjug.

18 WWII artillery shells found in Bela Reka

SABAC - A total of 18 artillery shells left over from World War II were uncovered Monday in the village of Bela Reka near Sabac, western Serbia.

Special teams of the Serbian Interior Ministry (MUP) emergency situations department have been sent to the village and will continue to comb the area for more unexploded ordnance.