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Saudi antiquities site, long seen as haunted, tries to woo visitors


In a remote northern corner of Saudi Arabia sit the relics of an ancient civilization, which the kingdom hopes to turn into a global tourism destination as it tries to open up to the world and... (Reuters Lifestyle) More More

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