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Why this city wants tech startups and developer jobs to heal its civil war wounds

Source: ZDNet

The Croatian city of Vukovar, on the border with Serbia, suffered terribly in the Yugoslav wars. During a three-month siege in 1991, 90% of it was destroyed. The population, which now is around 27,000, roughly halved during the dissolution of Yugoslavia.




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Bojan Stojkovski

Bojan Stojkovski

Freelance journalist based in Skopje, Macedonia. Contributor for @ZDNet and @ForeignPolicy

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