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It was March 1999 when I went back to Albania for a visit I was so excited and just couldnt wait to get there After an eleven-hour flight there I was meeting my relatives my friends even strangers I had missed everything my city had including its streets its small buildings its parks its beach its trees etc Right then I whispered Its going to be a wonderful vacation but was it In Albania I was staying over at my grandparents house It is nice big beautiful and right in the center of the city where you could hear and see everything thats going on Two days after arriving I woke up early and decided to go outside and enjoy that beautiful sunshine As soon as I opened the door I saw a lot of big trucks a lot of women and kids and also a few men mostly old I was terrified and I wanted to believe that I was asleep so I shook my head opened the door again but there I was standing in my pajamas in front of all these people who were crying for help screaming their husbands and sons names praying out loud and asking for food to feed their kids It was right at that moment when my grandfather walked in with some strangers and told me these peoples story It hit me so bad when he told me that the war had started in Kosovo All these people were Kosovars coming from Kosovo to survive They were being sent to different places different families so that they could be taken care of while Serbs were destroying their houses burning their belongings and killing innocent people The Albanians took good care of the Kosovars and really felt their unfortunate luck because after all we share the same blood same tradition same language and the same flag They were welcomed in every house Some people did not have enough
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