Kosovo - Refugees' Property

The Kosovo Albanian refugees consistently say that as they fled, Serb forces along the way stole anything valuable they had — money, jewelry, passports, license plates, and anything else that identifies the refugees as Kosovo residents. NPR's Andy Bowers reports on three Kosovar sisters who were able to smuggle out one very precious item they didn't want to live without — even in exile.



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