David Brauchli's 
Kosovo Diary

June 15, 1998 - Refugees from Junik and Smolica in Serbia's Kosovo province make their way down a mountain which separates Yugoslavia from Albania. About 350 people fled over the hills while being chased by Yugoslav Army troops in helicopters. Much of the world has been aghast as Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic's Serb-led army and police cracked down on dissent in Kosovo, inhabited mostly by ethnic Albanians. More than 300 people have been killed and thousands have fled accross the border into northern Albania.

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