On page 10, we describe the work of some of the agencies operating in former Yugoslavia, from the British Red Cross and Save the Children, to smaller organisations such as Scottish European Aid.
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Volunteers and staff of international relief agencies are redoubling efforts to help the 2.7 million people who are entirely dependent on aid as winter bites, with temperatures as low as minus 25C.
Bedding, clothing, plastic sheeting for shelter, food and medicine have got through to some towns, but not enough to meet demand. Roads are hazardous, and local commanders have prevented some deliveries.
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