Daughter, sister, child, refugee

1st October 2004 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Susanna Hrustic was born in 1989 and left Bosnia in 1996: "My Mum and Dad were having their dinner with Essad, and some soldiers came into the house and beat up my Dad, my Mum and Essad. I was out with my other sisters... I can remember Sherif and Amra were crying; they thought Mum and Dad would die." From the Refuge Project resources.

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