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Al Arabiya English Jun 25
A Bloomberg Economics report has suggested that the recent historic decree allowing women to drive in Saudi Arabia could add up to $90 bln to the kingdom’s economic output by 2030
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Hana Al-Khamri (هناء) Jun 25
In less than 24h of lifting the ban on women's driving, The police already arranged an inauguration with ribbon-cutting of the new holding cell for women who violate traffic rules in
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China Daily Jun 26
Aseel Al-Hamad of Saudi Arabia drove a Formula One car ahead of the French Grand Prix, marking the start of a new era for Saudi women in motorsport. (Photo: VCG)
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Ahmed Jun 26
She ran a campaign called "my guardian knows what's best for me" in 09 & argued against allowing women to drive, now she celebrates being able to whilst taking pleasure in slurring the jailed women driving activists as traitors. Sick.
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Yara olayan 🌊 Jul 31
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ABP News Jul 18
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Rania Fadel Maatouk Jul 13
July 9, 2018: Making History - Proud to be the 1st woman to drive to work 💪🏻💪🏻🎉🎉💃🏻 Greatest feeling ☺️
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Prisoners of Conscie Jul 2
Hiba Zayadin (Human Rights Watch): One minute Hatoun Al-Fasi was celebrating , the second she's behind bars alongside at least 9 other women's rights activists & their supporters. Just goes to show how ruthless crackdown on the women's rights movement has been!!
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Al Arabiya English Jun 26
Princess Reema bint Bandar has said the kingdom’s Shura Council has plans to end the male guardianship system, but is a step in the right direction
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Mo Gannon Jul 4
A tragic but isolated incident. I encountered nothing but cheers of support from men and women while driving in Jeddah. My thoughts are with my Saudi sisters. Remember the road sign: Have Faith and Keep Moving Forward.
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🇮🇳🇮🇳masood taheri🇮🇷🇮🇷 Jul 6
Mrs Soheila Bameri was elected as mayor of the city of Chegardak Delgan in Sistan and Baluchistan province of Iran and Saudi women are happy they can drive . and UN human rights org passes resolutions against iran for women's rights' abuse
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Arab News Sep 3
For the first time, mothers in drive their own children to school
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Cian Mulligan Jun 28
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Tata Group Jun 26
Saudi woman racer Aseel Al Hamad who has never raced in her home country before, completes an emotional drive in a Jaguar F-TYPE. More power to you!
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Evan Kirstel Jun 25
. celebrated the end of her country’s ban on driving in a race car 🏎
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Tamara Kharroub Sep 1
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IN THE NOW Jun 25
The world's only ban on women drivers is officially over, but real reform in Saudi Arabia's still got a loooong road ahead
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Ravi Kundurthi Jun 27
what did we accomplish in 70 years per troll Shefali 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 not to forget we had Indira Gandhi as our PM back in the 60s while countries like Saudia just started letting their women drive.
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Sputnik Jun 25
GALLERY: Women of following lift of driving ban
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Al Bawaba Node Jun 28
This unverified video published by Nafisa Alharazi purports to show A Saudi man attacking his wife and three women for driving in Riyadh. If you have verifiable information please get in touch.
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