`I Want Blood For Blood'

In the north Albanian village of Bluji, deep in the Dukagjin highlands, women and children do most of the work. Grandmothers scrub laundry on the doorsteps of stone cottages. Young wives--some heavily pregnant--lug pails of water along the rutted cart track from the communal well. Five-year-olds spend long days in the fields tending scrawny livestock.

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