Still divided by war
The war between Croatia and Serbia may be over but in one town a new generation has inherited the divisions of the past.
Vukovar, Croatia – “It’s cows,” says Marko Mlakic to his friend Grga Krajina, describing the smell in the fields of Vukovar, a town on the border between Croatia and Serbia.
Twenty-four years ago, it was the smell of war that filled the air here as 200 Croats were massacred and thrown into a mass grave. Another 60 who disappeared on the same day were never found.
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