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June 5, 1999 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Idriz Mulaj didn't have much choice about where to continue his kidney dialysis treatments when the war between Yugoslavia and NATO exploded in his Kosovo homeland. "The Serbs came into the hospital and told us to leave within five minutes or they would throw us out the windows," the 38-year-old from the village of Klina recalls of the April day he left the dialysis clinic in Pec and began a four-day trek to the relative safety of Albania.
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June 5, 1999 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Idriz Mulaj didn't have much choice about where to continue his kidney dialysis treatments when the war between Yugoslavia and NATO exploded in his Kosovo homeland. "The Serbs came into the hospital and told us to leave within five minutes or they would throw us out the windows," the 38-year-old from the village of Klina recalls of the April day he left the dialysis clinic in Pec and began a four-day trek to the relative safety of Albania.
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March 23, 2006
Re "Bush Says U.S. in Iraq for Long Haul," March 22 I may not be the sharpest pencil in the box, but I can figure out that when the guy in charge says he has no plan to extricate us from Iraq, and that it will be up to future presidents to do so, it's time for this president and his corrupt congressional cronies to go. A midterm sweep of Republican congressional candidates would be a good start. PAUL AYERS Glendale When Army Gen. George W. Casey, the senior U.S. commander in Iraq, spoke about the battle plan to contain the violence in Iraq, he looked like a one-eyed cat staring at the mouse hole as he watched the mice run in while waiting for one to come out again.
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