As the last of the refugees from Kosovo were preparing to leave theirtemporary village at Fort Dix last week, a small band of attorneys waspacking up, too.

For weeks, the American Bar Association had been sending groups ofattorneys to speak with ethnic Albanian refugees housed at the militarybase since May 6, to help gather facts that could support a war-crimesprosecution by the United Nations.

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