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Deportation surge leaves void in Brooklyn's Little Pakistan

By Tatsha Robertson
Globe Staff / August 14, 2005

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NEW YORK -- Business in his modest grocery store in Brooklyn's Little Pakistan has gone down so much that Shafiq Ul Hassan has started stocking what he calls ''American foods" in a desperate attempt to attract different customers. Across from the baby goat meat and the pungent ingredients for curry powder, the immigrant shopkeeper has placed candy bars and loaves ... (Full article: 1391 words)

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