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About 18 months before the Egyptian uprising that would doom Hosni Mubarak, a U.S. diplomatic cable was sent from Cairo.
Imagine a world in which U.S. and allied forces had to travel thousands of extra miles to defend vital interests in the Middle East.
Just a few dozen Saudi women took part in a protest to demand the release of prisoners they claim are unfairly linked to militants.