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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