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April 5, 1990 | MICHAEL A. HILTZIK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Soap, sugar, milk--any staple a family might need--is ranged on the shelves around Ngaido Ba in the cramped shop he runs on a corner of one of Dakar's oldest quarters. Ba took over the shop just a few months ago after its previous occupants, a Mauritanian family, fled during a wave of attacks last April on thousands of their countrymen living in the Senegalese capital. "We have everything here," Ba remarked to a recent visitor, "just like before, when the Mauritanians were here."
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April 5, 1990 | MICHAEL A. HILTZIK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Soap, sugar, milk--any staple a family might need--is ranged on the shelves around Ngaido Ba in the cramped shop he runs on a corner of one of Dakar's oldest quarters. Ba took over the shop just a few months ago after its previous occupants, a Mauritanian family, fled during a wave of attacks last April on thousands of their countrymen living in the Senegalese capital. "We have everything here," Ba remarked to a recent visitor, "just like before, when the Mauritanians were here."
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