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Vogue Arabia called out for hypocrisy over ‘celebration of trailblazing women’

By France 24
01 June 2018   |   12:54 pm
Arabian Vogue gets accused of hypocrisy over its June cover showing a Saudi princess behind the wheel of a car.

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