Iraq's Female Soldiers Return The Iraqi army's first women recruits are back home after several weeks of training in neighboring Jordan. But they're maintaining a low profile, and the country's interim government is not sure how to utilize them. NPR's Anne Garrels reports.
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Iraqi Army's Female Soldiers Return to Uncertain Roles

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Iraqi Army's Female Soldiers Return to Uncertain Roles

Iraqi Army's Female Soldiers Return to Uncertain Roles

Iraqi Army's Female Soldiers Return to Uncertain Roles

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The Iraqi army's first women recruits are back home after several weeks of training in neighboring Jordan. But they're maintaining a low profile, and the country's interim government is not sure how to utilize them. NPR's Anne Garrels reports.