Saddam Hussein's luxury yacht, shown here in Greece in 2009, has gold-plated bathroom fixtures, a helipad and its own minisubmarine. Thanassis Stavrakis/AP hide caption

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Iraqi women walk along a street in Baghdad. Human rights groups say girls and young women are often trafficked: with the promise of jobs, money or even love. One young Iraqi woman named Uhud was kidnapped, managed to escape and told her story to NPR. Oleg Nikishin/Getty Images hide caption

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Kidnapping, Reprisal Upend Iraqi Woman's Life

Like countless other women in Iraq, Uhud, 19, is at risk of "honor killing" by her shamed family.

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Veterans of World War I and World War II returned from the battlefield reticent to discuss their emotional problems. Some weren't diagnosed with PTSD until decades later -- after they were retired. HBO hide caption

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An Iraqi woman stands next to a cafe destroyed Wednesday by a car bomb attack in Baghdad's al-Shaab neighborhood. This week rapid-fire bombings and mortar strikes killed 62 and wounded about 300 across Baghdad. Now, Iraqi politicians are calling for parliament to convene, a potential sign that they are ready to form a government after months of political stalemate. Karim Kadim/AP hide caption

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