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Riyadh’s Middle Ages


Yielding to IOC and global pressure, Saudi Arabia has finally decided to let women compete in the Olympics. Part of the reason is a Saudis desire to play a pivotal role in Middle East affairs. But what’s new, and startling, is a report that the kingdom may not have many years left as an oil exporter.  

Yielding to IOC and global pressure, Saudi Arabia has finally decided to let women compete in the Olympics. Part of the reason is a Saudis desire to play a pivotal role in Middle East affairs. But what’s new, and startling, is a report that the kingdom may not have many years left as an oil exporter.  

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