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"I left Mogadishu in 1980 and now live in Atlanta, Georgia. I work as a financial analyst for the transitional government. I earned an MBA in the United States and I knew I had to return with my skills to help my country, but it is very difficult. Security is a huge problem, and I miss my family and freedom. I miss ATMs, drive-thrus, Starbucks and Chik-Fil-A most of all." Abdul Mohamed, late-forties.