Kibrom Milash, shown here in October with his daughter Naomi Abraha, is one of the displaced Boise International Market businesspeople who will be featured in the Global Community Market starting Saturday.
Kibrom Milash, shown here in October with his daughter Naomi Abraha, is one of the displaced Boise International Market businesspeople who will be featured in the Global Community Market starting Saturday. kgreen@idahostatesman.com Kyle Green
Kibrom Milash, shown here in October with his daughter Naomi Abraha, is one of the displaced Boise International Market businesspeople who will be featured in the Global Community Market starting Saturday. kgreen@idahostatesman.com Kyle Green

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