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Damir Kaletovic

Damir Kaletovic

Writer, Safehaven.com

Contributor since: 27 Mar 2018


Damir Kaletovic is an award-winning investigative journalist, documentary filmmaker and expert on Southeastern Europe whose work appears on behalf of Safehaven.com.

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    Published 06 June 2018 | viewed 967 times

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  • Fiat-Chrysler Bursts Onto The Electric Car Scene

    Published 05 June 2018 | viewed 1,175 times

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  • Are Smart Home Devices Spying On Us?

    Published 05 June 2018 | viewed 1,683 times

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    Published 01 June 2018 | viewed 1,524 times

    Uber has dominated on the global ride-hailing space scene for a while now, but this space could start to get crowded and the Daimler-led $175-million…

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    Published 30 May 2018 | viewed 2,916 times

    Some six years after the Eurozone dodged the breakdown bullet, an Italian political crisis is unleashing a full clip, sending the euro to an 11-month…

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    Published 11 April 2018 | viewed 1,220 times

    A new round of U.S. sanctions has sent the Russian stock market crashing, along with the ruble, and caused business elite to lose tens of…

  • China Poised To Overtake U.S. In Artificial Intelligence Race

    Published 27 March 2018 | viewed 7,960 times

    The U.S. has led the world in technology for a long time, and while it’s still the definitive leader in the artificial intelligence space, China…