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An untraditional career

Published March 14. 2014 4:00AM
Ebrahim Noroozi/AP Photo
Butcher Zahra Shokouhi, center, works at her shop Tuesday in downtown Tehran, Iran. Shokouhi, 45, a mother of three girls, learned butchery - a job held traditionally by men in Iranian society - from her husband and by working alongside him. She has surprised many passers-by in the last 12 years while working in their shop in a conservative district south of Tehran.

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