4 kids return to the U.S. after parents' murders

Four children are back in Connecticut after they had been forced to Serbia following the murder of their parents.

The Emini children had been living in Bridgeport when both their parents were killed in 2007.

An uncle had moved to this country to take care of the kids following the murders but had to leave after he was repeatedly denied a work visa.

The uncle and his wife were recently granted special humanitarian visas allowing the whole family to move here.

The alleged killer, Kadir Babiso, is awaiting trial and could face the death penalty if convicted.

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