City Life: 90,000 Refugees, No Crisis – How Vienna has managed historic refugee influxes

The Bosnian war brought a wave of migrants fleeing to Vienna. We somehow muddled through. How did we manage? When the first shots were fired in a town a few hundred kilometers away, Kemal Smajic’s parents thought it might pass. A few days later, Serbian militiamen marched through their hometown of Zvornik in eastern Bosnia […]
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Alexander Fanta
Alexander Fanta is a foreign news reporter with Austrian Press Agency since 2011. His beat in Vienna includes UN, OSCE and Austrian diplomacy, with the occasional lost dog story thrown in between. Follow him on Twitter: @FantaAIex

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