Reader's Digest International (March 2015)

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He then told me exactly where my family had lived 30 years ago before telling me he had stayed with us when I was very young. He was my third cousin. He had travelled overseas when he was younger and stayed with cousins. I can only guess he must have remembered my name, as I had intro duced myself when we met at the factory. I was gobsmacked – I didn’t know he existed and here I was thousands of kilometres from home on the outskirts of Manila meeting a cousin – Jeffrey – I didn’t know I had. The reaction of the Filipino staff was a sight to see.

So was his grandmother. Even Ismail was. He was eight years old, it was 1990, and the Muslim Crimean Tatar people – brutally deported from Crimea by Stalin in 1944 – were getting their long-awaited homecoming. Following the breakup of the Soviet Union, Crimea was now an autonomous part of Ukraine. Their tears were happy ones. Now, 24 years later, Ismail, 32, and wife and two daughters (aged six and eight), have been forced to leave Crimea, this time to the tiny town of Sokal in west Ukraine. When Russian troops entered the Crimea, Ismail was living in Simferopol, the region’s capital.

Money regularly to his ageing parToday, Old Delhi and other places ents back home in his distant village, in Asia still have hundreds of cycle where he’d dropped out of Grade 6. ” them in most Indian towns and “I’m too tired by the end of the day,” cities, including Mumbai, where I he replies. “But I’ll make my son go to live. Even so, cycle rickshaws sur- college. ): a microphone that is turned on, in particular one that broadcasts a spoken remark that was intended to be private. com, we can gather the finest examples all in one place.

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