Taxi Ride From Kosovo

NPR's Jennifer Glasse reports from Skopje, Macedonia, on a Serbian taxi driver who drove his cab into the war zone in Kosovo to pick up a family of six ethnic Albanians and delivered them to the border crossing. Cabbie Miodrag Mladenovic says he earned in three hours as much money as he normally would make in four months. His passengers were a mother and her five small children.

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