Vukovar: Still divided by war

Vukovar: Still divided by war

The war between Croatia and Serbia may be over but in border town Vukovar, which was one of the most destroyed places, a new generation inherits the stories of the war-generation before them due to heavy separation. Coen van de Ven

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Exploring Serbia’s history through art

Exploring Serbia’s history through art

Serbia as the prey of three different ideologies can be seen as the main message in the latest work of Belgrade artist Aleksandar Todorovic, who expresses through his incredibly detailed paintings the pessimistic scenarios for Serbian youngsters. Coen van de Ven

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43 hours in a Serbian airport

43 hours in a Serbian airport

Euroviews reporter Jiri Haanen was denied access to Serbia by the authorities and spends his time awaiting deportation. Get a personal insight into his adventures in the twilight zone of Nikola Tesla airport.  On the evening of March 25, team member Tomas van der Heijden and I flew from the Swedish city Mälmo to the Serbian capital Belgrade. In my pocket I felt my wallet pressing against my thigh, bearing that one important document I…

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Outside EU walls

Outside EU walls

An incomplete Team Serbia made it to Belgrade on the 25th of March, and slowly, but steadily started their work in the former Yugoslav Country. The team’s trip to Serbia, the only non-EU country on the Euroviews website, was hard on two of the three Dutch speaking members. While Coen Van De Ven spent two hours in Frankfurt Airport getting to his passport (trapped in his suitcase in the hold of an Airbus A320), Jiri…

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