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Saudi prince Alwaleed bin Talal  says it's 'high time' women be allowed to drive

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News video: A Saudi Prince Says 'It is high time that Saudi women started driving their cars'

A Saudi Prince Says 'It is high time that Saudi women started driving their cars' 01:05

In a letter posted to Twitter, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal moved away from the country's long standing tradition of not allowing women to drive.

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