A former northeast Iowa woman and her husband, who’ve lived most recently in Pakistan, are home in Iowa and wondering when they’ll be able to go back to work. Dave and Donna Schuster worked at an international school in Islamabad till September 21, when the school’s director told them to leave to avoid any retaliation, in case the U-S attacked Afghanistan. Since that time they’ve been staying with Donna’s parents at their home near Luxemberg. The couple say they’ve been in contact with the Pakistani school while they’re here, and they hope to be called back sometime in the near future.
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