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January 26, 2009 3:35 PM

1st full class of policewomen joins Iraq's fledgling force

Wafaa Kamal Abdul Razzaq, 22, had applied to be a cop after seeing an advertisement on state television. She needed work and the force needed women. Monday, she sat on the ground with the first graduating class, smiling as the orchestra played "Victorious Baghdad."

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