Yugoslavia, in isolation, struggling to rebuild
(CNN) -- NATO bombs left their mark on buildings and bridges across Yugoslavia. A year after the international showdown over the battered province of Kosovo, Belgrade remains largely isolated by international sanctions.
But Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic is pushing to rebuild, and the country does appear to be making at least some headway with the job.
CNN Belgrade Bureau Chief Alessio Vinci examines Yugoslavia's efforts to rebuild in this report showcased by CNN Interactive's news analysis feature, y: why it matters.
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