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Saudi Arabia lifts ban on women driving

  • They start their engines and hit the roads throughout the Kingdom
  • End of driving ban is crowning achievement so far of Saudi Vision 2030
By Deema Al Khudair ·

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Saudi businesswomen eye greater role in the economy with end to driving ban

  • The historic move is a huge step forward for businesswomen in the Saudi Arabia, says businesswoman
  • A recent survey by the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce indicated that transportation was a major concern holding Saudi women back from joining the labor market
By Rashid Hassan ·

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10 questions answered for female drivers in Saudi Arabia

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Saudi Arabia lifts ban on women driving

  • They start their engines and hit the roads throughout the Kingdom
  • End of driving ban is crowning achievement so far of Saudi Vision 2030
By Deema Al Khudair ·

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First Russia air strikes hit south Syria as assault looms

  • Russia, the United States, and Jordan agreed in July of last year on a de-escalation zone in rebel-controlled parts of southern Syria that would tamp down hostilities there
  • Intense Russian air strikes are hitting towns in Daraa’s eastern countryside for the first time since the cease-fire was agreed in southern Syria last year
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Trump likely to meet Putin in ‘not-too-distant-future’

  • The US National Security Adviser will travel to Moscow next week to explore the idea of a meeting
  • Speculation has been rife in Russian and Western media on the highly anticipated meeting
By AFP ·

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EU to respond to any US auto tariff move: report

  • Trump threatened to impose 20 percent tariff
  • Shares in carmakers slip on trade war fears
By Reuters ·

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Late stunner from Toni Kroos gives Germany vital win over Sweden

  • Kroos curled a right-foot shot from the left edge of the area inside the far post after a set piece
  • Germany needed at least a draw to stay in contention in Group F
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Ministers discuss winning media war in fight for Yemen’s legitimacy

  • More than 13,000 journalists were kidnapped by the Houthis and we are demanding the international community seek their release
  • The coalition has managed to restore and liberate more than 85 percent of the Yemeni territory
By Mohammed Al-Sulami - Nada Hameed ·