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SAUDI-DRIVING
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June 22, 2011
Female driver Azza Al Shmasani displays a note, which according to her, was placed on her car by an unknown...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Female driver Azza Al Shmasani displays a note placed on her car by an unknown person, in Saudi Arabia...
Female driver Azza Al Shmasani displays a note, which according to her, was placed on her car by an unknown person, in Saudi Arabia June 22, 2011. Saudi Arabia has no formal ban on women driving. But as citizens must use only Saudi-issued licences in the country, and as these are issued only to men, women drivers are anathema. An outcry at the segregation, which contributes to the general cloistering of Saudi women, has been fuelled by social media interest in two would-be female motorists arrested in May. REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
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