Kosovo Family in U.S.

Barbara Mantel reports on one family of Kosovo refugees that arrived in the United States recently to live with a cousin in New York. The family initially found it very difficult to cope with the situation, but their plight was made easier by the outpouring of support from their new neighborhood. They still want to return, but not unless Kosovo becomes independent from the rest of Yugoslavia.

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