Two of the five women released from a detention center are seen in a vehicle going to their homes in Baghdad, Iraq. As part of a release of 420 detained Iraqis, five Iraqi women were released Thursday, a move demanded by the kidnappers of American reporter Jill Carroll to spare her life. A U.S. official said the release had nothing to do with the demand.

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