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Khadire Tahiraj (left) runs the Center for Promotion of Women's Rights in the Drenas municipality in central Kosovo. The center cares for scores of wartime rape survivors, including Sana (right). Sana is not her real name; she chose it for herself because she doesn't want her family to know she was raped. "We are like orphans," Sana says. "And Kadire is like our mother." Joanna Kakissis/NPR hide caption

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In Kosovo, War Rape Survivors Can Now Receive Reparations. But Shame Endures For Many

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A train decorated with Serbia's national colors and the phrase "Kosovo is Serbia" was stopped at the border of Kosovo on Saturday. The incident has stoked tensions between the two sides. Oliver Bunic/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Family members, reunited after fleeing Kosovo, pass 2-year-old Agim Shala through the barbed wire fence into the hands of his grandparents at a camp in Albania. The photo was taken on March 3, 1999. Carol Guzy/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Leonarda Dibrani, 15, holds her sister, Medina, in Mitrovica, Kosovo, on Friday. Police seized Leonarda from a school field trip last week and expelled her and her family from France. The case has prompted protests across France. Vusar Kryeziu/AP hide caption

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In France, Deportation Of Teenage Girl Ignites Fierce Debate

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