SERBIA A cramped room in the town of Vranje, southern Serbia, is home to four Romani families. It contains a row of 17 beds. A ten month old baby lies in a hammock by the window. She has been born a refugee. Washing hangs from the ceiling, belongings are piled everywhere. These families are the forgotten legacy of the war in Kosovo. When NATO began bombing the province to force the Serbian forces out, not only soldiers fled, more than 250.000 Serbians fled too, ending up as displaced persons in their own country. They found refuge in old motels, disused kindergartens and campsites over all Serbia.