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Afghan woman vows to resume government career after stabbing

Members of the International Security Assistance Force, Force Re-Integration Cell get together July 18, on ISAF Headquarters, to hand over donations they gathered for Muzghan Masoomi, a 22-year-old girl from Kabul, Afghanistan, who was savagely attacked. Her attacker brutally stabbed her almost a dozen times because she chose to work to help her family.



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This work, Afghan woman vows to resume government career after stabbing, by MSG Kap Kim, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.18.2012

Date Posted:07.24.2012 04:32

Photo ID:630901

VIRIN:120718-A-DS387-156

Resolution:4288x2848

Size:1.1 MB

Location:KABUL, AFGlobe

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