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‘Ladies First’: Saudi Arabia’s Female Candidates

In Saudi Arabia, women still can’t drive. But they have been recently granted the right to vote and to run in an election. In this documentary, The Times’s Mona El-Naggar takes us inside the ultraconservative kingdom and into the largely inaccessible world of Saudi women.
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In Saudi Arabia, women still can’t drive. But they have been recently granted the right to vote and to run in an election. The Times’s Mona El-Naggar takes us inside the ultra-religious kingdom and into the largely inaccessible worl...

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