My name is Ahmeti, I am 13 years old.
Lots of things have changed in my life so I often feel insecure.
A few years ago, my family fled from Kosovo. I still remember running through the woods to escape from the soldiers.
I love learning new things and I pick things up quickly at school but I’m still catching up with the others in my class.
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All About Kosovo
Day for Change
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Sorting Out My Feelings
My Mind Goes Blank!
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My Cat Minnie
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Kosovo's Independence Day
Gabriella, aged 9, sent me a blog comment asking me whether I wished I was still in Kosovo. It made me think. Since moving to England I’ve settled into a new school and made friends. I’ve got used to living in a country where the electricity stays on all the time (in Kosovo, I kept a torch nearby in case the lights went out in another power cut!)and I feel safe here. But there is one day, 17th February, when I wish I could be in Kosovo again. 17th February is the day when Kosovo became independent from Serbia in 2008.
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