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Friday, April 9, 1999 Published at 18:12 GMT 19:12 UK

World: Europe

Picture gallery: Life in the camps

A refugee camp near Skopje in Macedonia - more than 130,000 people have flooded into the country

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24,000 refugees are crammed into the Skopje camp - built for 4,000

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The refugees are being fed with military rations

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Dozens of people are still without shelter at the open camp in Durres, Albania

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One elderly refugee left behind on the Blace border crossing with Kosovo was brought to Skopje

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Fights have broken out as aid is dispensed to desperate refugees

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Albenite Baraliu's parents were shot dead by Serb paramilitaries, according to her grandmother

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People were removed from the makeshift camp at Blace in an overnight operation

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