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Since last March, half a million ethnic Albanians living in the province of Kosovo have fled fighting. Before the NATO air attack that began almost two weeks ago, many fled their homes but remained in the province. Now Yugoslavia’s Serb government forces are sending ethnic Albanians out of the country on trains, and many more are fleeing on foot. Diane leads a discussion on the humanitarian crisis in Kosovo and its surrounding nations.
- Karen Koning Abuzayd Regional representative for the U.S. and Carribean for the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees
- Hattie Babbitt Deputy administrator of U.S. Agency for International Development
- James Hooper Director of the Balkan Action Council
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