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  Washington Post photographer Carol Guzy went to Yugoslavia in the Spring of 1999 to chronicle the impact of the Yugoslav war on Kosovo's ethnic Albanian refugees. These three galleries
  tell the story of the U.N.'s efforts to help traumatized children,
a nun's single-handed mission and the ordeal of military-age Kosovars who were held by Serb authorities in the Smrekovnica prison.

 
 
  Innocence Lost
God's Traffic Stopper
Smrekovnica's Prisoners
 
 

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