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William B. Caldwell

The military women of Afghanistan

A new female soldier from the Afghan National Army attends a graduation ceremony in Kabul. A new female soldier from the Afghan National Army attends a graduation ceremony in Kabul. (Reuters)
By William B. Caldwell
October 15, 2010

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The removal of the burqa is only the first, step, as many have stepped up to serve their country and become both leaders and role models. (Full article: 710 words)

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