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PHOTO GALLERY: Women in Saudi Arabia will drive soon


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(FILES) This file image grab from a video uploaded by Saudi activists on YouTube on October 17, 2013 shows a fully veiled woman driving in Riyadh ahead of a then-planned nationwide day of defiance of the ban on women driving AFP
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Aziza Yousef drives a car on a highway in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, as part of a campaign to defy Saudi Arabia's ban on women driving March 29, 2014 file photo AP
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a woman drives a car in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, as part of a campaign to defy Saudi Arabia's ban on women driving, March 29, 2014 file photo, AP
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A woman drives a car in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on October 22, 2013 Reuters
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A woman drives a car in Saudi Arabia October 22, 2013 Reuters
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A Saudi woman disembarks from a car outside a mall in the Saudi capital Riyadh on September 27, 2017 AFP
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Saudi women take out an infant trolley from the boot of a car outside a mall in the Saudi capital Riyadh on September 27, 2017 AFP
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A Saudi woman walks near car down a street in the Saudi capital Riyadh on September 27, 2017 AFP
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A Saudi woman prepares to get into a taxi on a main street in the Saudi coastal city of Jeddah on September 27, 2017 AFP
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A decree by King Salman will allow women to drive in the Gulf country

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