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Fahrije Hoti looks on at the Koperativa Krusha, in the village of Krusha e Madhe on February 13, 2021. - After she was driven out of her village in the midst of Kosovo's war two decades ago, Fahrije Hoti returned several months later to find her home destroyed and her husband gone.The mother of two was suddenly one of 140 new widows in the farming village of Krushe e Madhe, whose soil had been the site of a massacre by Serb forces that left 500 children without fathers, including Hoti's own. (Photo by Armend NIMANI / AFP) (Photo by ARMEND NIMANI/AFP via Getty Images)
Fahrije Hoti looks on at the Koperativa Krusha, in the village of Krusha e Madhe on February 13, 2021. - After she was driven out of her village in the midst of Kosovo's war two decades ago, Fahrije Hoti returned several months later to find her home destroyed and her husband gone.The mother of two was suddenly one of 140 new widows in the farming village of Krushe e Madhe, whose soil had been the site of a massacre by Serb forces that left 500 children without fathers, including Hoti's own. (Photo by Armend NIMANI / AFP) (Photo by ARMEND NIMANI/AFP via Getty Images)
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