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Meral Aksener, Iyi (Good) Party leader and presidential candidate, poses for a photograph after casting her ballot at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
Meral Aksener, Iyi (Good) Party leader and presidential candidate, poses for a photograph after casting her ballot at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
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Meral Aksener, Iyi (Good) Party leader and presidential candidate, poses for a photograph after casting her ballot at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
Meral Aksener, Iyi (Good) Party leader and presidential candidate, poses for a photograph after casting her ballot at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
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Basak Demirtas, wife of Turkey's jailed pro-Kurdish politician and presidential candidate Selahattin Demirtas votes at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in the Kurdish stronghold of Diyarbakir in southeastern Turkey on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
Basak Demirtas, wife of Turkey's jailed pro-Kurdish politician and presidential candidate Selahattin Demirtas votes at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in the Kurdish stronghold of Diyarbakir in southeastern Turkey on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
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Fadya Fahad, 23, one of the first female drivers for Careem, a peer-to-peer ride sharing company similar to Uber, poses for a photo next to a car she has rented on the first day she is legally allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia on June 24, 2018 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Fadya lived in the United States, where she got her first license. ÒIt's so amazing,Ó she said of today. When asked what her parents thought about it, she sad: ÒThey are so proud. My father said I drive better than my brother.Ó Saudi Arabia has today lifted its ban on women driving, which had been in place since 1957. The Saudi government, under Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, is phasing in an ongoing series of reforms to both diversify the Saudi economy and to liberalize its society. The reforms also seek to empower women by restoring them basic legal rights, allowing them increasing independence and encouraging their participation in the workforce. Saudi Arabia is among the most conservative countries in the world and women have traditionally had much fewer rights than men.
Fadya Fahad, 23, one of the first female drivers for Careem, a peer-to-peer ride sharing company similar to Uber, poses for a photo next to a car she has rented on the first day she is legally allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia on June 24, 2018 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Fadya lived in the United States, where she got her first license. ÒIt's so amazing,Ó she said of today. When asked what her parents thought about it, she sad: ÒThey are so proud. My father said I drive better than my brother.Ó Saudi Arabia has today lifted its ban on women driving, which had been in place since 1957. The Saudi government, under Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, is phasing in an ongoing series of reforms to both diversify the Saudi economy and to liberalize its society. The reforms also seek to empower women by restoring them basic legal rights, allowing them increasing independence and encouraging their participation in the workforce. Saudi Arabia is among the most conservative countries in the world and women have traditionally had much fewer rights than men.
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Meral Aksener, Iyi (Good) Party leader and presidential candidate, casts her ballot at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
Meral Aksener, Iyi (Good) Party leader and presidential candidate, casts her ballot at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
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A man casts his vote at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
A man casts his vote at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
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Meral Aksener, Iyi (Good) Party leader and presidential candidate, shakes hands after casting her ballot at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
Meral Aksener, Iyi (Good) Party leader and presidential candidate, shakes hands after casting her ballot at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
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Meral Aksener, Iyi (Good) Party leader and presidential candidate, holds her ballot as she readies to vote at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
Meral Aksener, Iyi (Good) Party leader and presidential candidate, holds her ballot as she readies to vote at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
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A woman holds her filled ballot as she readies to vote at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
A woman holds her filled ballot as she readies to vote at a polling station in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
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Fadya Fahad, 23, one of the first female drivers for Careem, a peer-to-peer ride sharing company similar to Uber, speaks on a mobile phone next to a car she has rented to drive on the first day she is legally allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia on June 24, 2018 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Fadya lived in the United States, where she got her first license. ÒIt's so amazing,Ó she said of today. When asked what her parents thought about it, she sad: ÒThey are so proud. My father said I drive better than my brother.Ó Saudi Arabia has today lifted its ban on women driving, which had been in place since 1957. The Saudi government, under Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, is phasing in an ongoing series of reforms to both diversify the Saudi economy and to liberalize its society. The reforms also seek to empower women by restoring them basic legal rights, allowing them increasing independence and encouraging their participation in the workforce. Saudi Arabia is among the most conservative countries in the world and women have traditionally had much fewer rights than men.
Fadya Fahad, 23, one of the first female drivers for Careem, a peer-to-peer ride sharing company similar to Uber, speaks on a mobile phone next to a car she has rented to drive on the first day she is legally allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia on June 24, 2018 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Fadya lived in the United States, where she got her first license. ÒIt's so amazing,Ó she said of today. When asked what her parents thought about it, she sad: ÒThey are so proud. My father said I drive better than my brother.Ó Saudi Arabia has today lifted its ban on women driving, which had been in place since 1957. The Saudi government, under Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, is phasing in an ongoing series of reforms to both diversify the Saudi economy and to liberalize its society. The reforms also seek to empower women by restoring them basic legal rights, allowing them increasing independence and encouraging their participation in the workforce. Saudi Arabia is among the most conservative countries in the world and women have traditionally had much fewer rights than men.
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Republican Peoples Party's (CHP) presidential candidate Muharrem Ince speaks to the press at a polling station during the parliamentary and presidential elections, in Yalova on June 24, 2018 - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
Republican Peoples Party's (CHP) presidential candidate Muharrem Ince speaks to the press at a polling station during the parliamentary and presidential elections, in Yalova on June 24, 2018 - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
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Turkisk people arrive at a polling station to vote in snap twin presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
Turkisk people arrive at a polling station to vote in snap twin presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
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Fadya Fahad, 23, one of the first female drivers for Careem, a peer-to-peer ride sharing company similar to Uber, speaks on a mobile phone next to a car she has rented to drive on the first day she is legally allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia on June 24, 2018 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Fadya lived in the United States, where she got her first license. ÒIt's so amazing,Ó she said of today. When asked what her parents thought about it, she sad: ÒThey are so proud. My father said I drive better than my brother.Ó Saudi Arabia has today lifted its ban on women driving, which had been in place since 1957. The Saudi government, under Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, is phasing in an ongoing series of reforms to both diversify the Saudi economy and to liberalize its society. The reforms also seek to empower women by restoring them basic legal rights, allowing them increasing independence and encouraging their participation in the workforce. Saudi Arabia is among the most conservative countries in the world and women have traditionally had much fewer rights than men.
Fadya Fahad, 23, one of the first female drivers for Careem, a peer-to-peer ride sharing company similar to Uber, speaks on a mobile phone next to a car she has rented to drive on the first day she is legally allowed to drive in Saudi Arabia on June 24, 2018 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Fadya lived in the United States, where she got her first license. ÒIt's so amazing,Ó she said of today. When asked what her parents thought about it, she sad: ÒThey are so proud. My father said I drive better than my brother.Ó Saudi Arabia has today lifted its ban on women driving, which had been in place since 1957. The Saudi government, under Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, is phasing in an ongoing series of reforms to both diversify the Saudi economy and to liberalize its society. The reforms also seek to empower women by restoring them basic legal rights, allowing them increasing independence and encouraging their participation in the workforce. Saudi Arabia is among the most conservative countries in the world and women have traditionally had much fewer rights than men.
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A woman sits waiting to cast her vote in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
A woman sits waiting to cast her vote in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
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People wait to cast their vote in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
People wait to cast their vote in snap twin Turkish presidential and parliamentary elections in Istanbul on June 24, 2018. - Turks began voting in dual parliamentary and presidential polls seen as the President's toughest election test, with the opposition revitalised and his popularity at risk from growing economic troubles.
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