First-ever group of female Army officers graduate in Kabul
epa02353649 Female Afghan army officers, newly trained at the military academy, attend their graduation ceremony in Kabul, Afghanistan, on 23 September 2010. The Afghanistan Army on 23 September inducted the first-ever group of female officers as the country reform its military after more than one hundred years of foreign invasions or civil wars. EPA/BERIS REZEE
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