NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Khwaga Ghani, who was NPR's producer in Afghanistan for the past few years and is now at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin awaiting her visa.

After weeks at a Wisconsin army base, one Afghan woman says she’s bored, but grateful

By Courtney Dorning NPR
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