Saudi Arabia Opens Its Largest Women's College
May 16, 2011
Saudi Arabia on Sunday opened the campus of Princess Nora bint Abdulrahman University, which, with an enrollment of up to 50,000, is expected to be the nation's largest women's institution, AFP reported.
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