8 August 1998 For the eighty-year-old Sahit Hotij, a farmer in the village of Banja, near Malisevo, the war in Kosovo began early Monday morning, July 28. Running away from the Serbian police and army which entered Malisevo that day, Hoti fled to a nearby forest with a few family members, but old and decrepit […]

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