By the numbers Serbia’s Bulldozer Revolution:


1998: Year Serbian pro-democracy student group Otpor formed to overthrow Slobodan Milosevic

$25M: Appropriated by the U.S. government to bring down Milosevic.

2.5 million: Number of Otpor stickers reading “gotov je,” or he is finished, in Belgrade in 2000.

24th: Day in September opposition leader Vojislav Kostunica won the popular election.

25th: Day in September Milosevic claimed nobody won the election and set date for re-vote.

5th: Day in October 2000 when hundreds of thousands of people, and one bulldozer, converged on Belgrade, Serbia, to topple the government.

7th: Day in October Milosevic officially resigned

2000: Year Otpor received MTV’s Free Your Mind award in Stockholm.