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4. Dzemila : Hello, I m searching for my brother . It was a bogate situation i ed Yugoslavia,doctors and medical personal was solding babies and teling the parents that baby was dead,without any paper or prof. Parentz was not able to even see the baby or to make them a grave,they just kick the mother from hospital and there’s is more then 100 thousand cases like this-you can make research on google to find out more. There is many web sites ppl trying to find their siblings. I know my brother was sold 99% someone, he was born at home in village Teocak /Snijeznica BiH and he got sick when he was 3 months old, since the nearest hospital was in Lopare (closest village) from there they have send the baby to Belgrade ,J m not 100% sure which hospital but as I know there is only one which was working and taking care on babies. His name was Hasib Nukic. I have two more brothers if you need pictures to match as I believe he would look similar to one of them ,since both are different on kind way. Sory on my bad English. Thank you in advance God bless you

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5. Djorgo : I am looking for my aunt, who was stolen at birth from my grandparents in Niš, Serbia, at birth. She was born with beautiful dark hair and named Magdalena Djorgoska at birth. If you think you might be a match, please message me.

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6. Unknown35672 : Namely, my relative, now an old lady ’lost’ her son in childbirth. She gave birth to two healthy children, (non identical) twins, but after a few hours she was told that the baby boy had passed away. The extreme lack of documentation tells us that the baby may be alive. This incident happened in late May of 1972, when the illegal adoption of children was frequent. However his ’current’ date of birth may not match the official one. The baby was fair-skinned, with blue / green eyes and (lighter) brown hair. If you feel like you are coming from the Balkans, and find yourself in this story, please contact me

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