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PHOTO GALLERY: Women make their debut as attendants in Cairo's gas stations


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Female employees fill the tank of a car at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. (Reuters)
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Female employees are seen with their men colleagues as they work at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. (Reuters)
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A petrol station in the Egyptian capital Cairo hires women to work as attendants - until now, petrol stations were staffed almost exclusively by (Reuters)
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A petrol station in the Egyptian capital Cairo hires women to work as attendants - until now, petrol stations were staffed almost exclusively by men. (Reuters)
Egypt
A female employee is seen at work at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. A petrol station in the Egyptian capital Cairo hires women to work as attendants - until now, petrol stations were staffed almost exclusively by men. Picture taken (Reuters)
Egypt
Female employees are seen with their men colleagues as they work at a petrol station in Cairo, Egypt, February 24, 2016. (Reuters)
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A petrol station in the Egyptian capital Cairo hires women to work as attendants - a first. #February 24, 2016)

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