Rom, when witches milk the moon


There’s a diaspora no-one ever mentions. The scattered community of gypsies from the former Yugoslavia. The odyssey of men and women with no nation and no escape, chased away by everyone, looked on as enemies because they refused to kill or take sides. A million orphans from a State that no longer exists, with no other safe country to go to, either in or outside Europe.

There’s a diaspora no-one ever mentions. The scattered community of gypsies from the former Yugoslavia. The odyssey of men and women with no nation and no escape, chased away by everyone, looked on as enemies because they refused to kill or take sides. A million orphans from a State that no longer exists, with no other safe country to go to, either in or outside Europe.

 

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