In this Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, photograph, shop owner Taher Misurati and his son Ali Misurati look at the home-cooked rice meal that Ali just delivered to his father from their home at the Olive Tree Market on South College Avenue in Fort Collins, Colo. Taher Misurati escaped the Libyan civil war with his immediate family in 2014. He's now one of a handful of Fort Collins ethnic grocery store owners who share native ingredients with the community.
In this Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, photograph, shop owner Taher Misurati and his son Ali Misurati look at the home-cooked rice meal that Ali just delivered to his father from their home at the Olive Tree Market on South College Avenue in Fort Collins, Colo. Taher Misurati escaped the Libyan civil war with his immediate family in 2014. He's now one of a handful of Fort Collins ethnic grocery store owners who share native ingredients with the community. The Coloradoan via AP Timothy Hurst
In this Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, photograph, shop owner Taher Misurati and his son Ali Misurati look at the home-cooked rice meal that Ali just delivered to his father from their home at the Olive Tree Market on South College Avenue in Fort Collins, Colo. Taher Misurati escaped the Libyan civil war with his immediate family in 2014. He's now one of a handful of Fort Collins ethnic grocery store owners who share native ingredients with the community. The Coloradoan via AP Timothy Hurst

Ethnic market owner finds refuge in Colorado from Libyan war

November 11, 2017 01:01 AM

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