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Since their home was torched in June, Dilbar Kasimova, 30, and her four children live in an UNHCR-provided tent on a street in Cheremushki District, Osh. At least 400 died and thousands more were injured in the ethnic violence. Most of the victims, like Kasimova, were Uzbeks...A mob killed the children's father, aunt and grandmother. The family keeps fragments of the grandmother's bones in a plastic shopping bag beneath a pile of scrap metal in the backyard, unsure where her final resting place shall be.

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Since their home was torched in June, Dilbar Kasimova, 30, and her four children live in an UNHCR-provided tent on a street in Cheremushki District, Osh. At least 400 died and thousands more were injured in the ethnic violence. Most of the victims, like Kasimova, were Uzbeks...A mob killed the children's father, aunt and grandmother. The family keeps fragments of the grandmother's bones in a plastic shopping bag beneath a pile of scrap metal in the backyard, unsure where her final resting place shall be.