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TítuloA student wears goggles that impairs her vision, to understand the effects on driving from medication, drowsiness or drunkenness, at Effat University in Jidda, Saudi Arabia.
Fecha20180305
CiudadJIDDAH
PaísSAUDI ARABIA
AgenciaCONTACTO
AutorTASNEEM ALSULTAN
CategoríaNEW
Origen NYTNS
Pixelsize3000x2002
Copyrights2018 √ā¬© TASNEEM ALSULTAN / NYTNS / CONTACTO
DescripciónA student wears goggles that impairs her vision, to understand the effects on driving from medication, drowsiness or drunkenness, at Effat University in Jidda, Saudi Arabia, March 5, 2018. Three and a half months remain before the date when the rulers of this ultraconservative kingdom have promised to lift the longstanding ban on women driving, and many here are already planning for what is sure to be a major change in Saudi society. (Tasneem Alsultan/The New York Times)
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BAN
CARS
DRIVING
MIDDLE EAST
SAUDI ARABIA
TRAINING
WOMEN