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Members of the Community Hospital in Munster, Ind., hold a news conference concerning their recent patient who had contracted MERS in Saudi Arabia, Monday, May 5, 2014. (AP Photo/The Times, John J. Watkins)

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Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew speaks with Saudi Arabian Finance Minister Ibrahim Al-Assaf during a meeting at the World Bank Group-International Monetary Fund Spring Meetings in Washington, Friday, April 11, 2014. ( AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

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This image released by the Saudi Press Agency shows Prince Nawaf Faisal Fahd bin Abdul-Aziz, an International Olympic Committee member and president of the national Olympic committee, right,, walking with IOC President Thomas Bach, left, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Wednesday, April 2, 2014. IOC President Thomas Bach has discussed the issue of women’s participation in sports with Saudi Arabia’s Olympic chief. The IOC says Wednesday that Bach promised “full support” for the country’s sports development strategy through 2020. The plan includes “proposals to increase women's participation in the Olympic Games and in sport in general.” Saudi women are largely banned from participating in sports in the kingdom, although there are several football and basketball clubs that play in clandestine leagues. After prolonged negotiations with the IOC, Saudi Arabia sent women to the Olympics for the first time in 2012, with two female athletes competing at the London Games. (AP Photo/Saudi Press Agency)

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This image released by the Saudi Press Agency shows Prince Nawaf Faisal Fahd bin Abdul-Aziz, an International Olympic Committee member and president of the national Olympic committee, left, walking with IOC President Thomas Bach, right, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Wednesday, April 2, 2014. IOC President Thomas Bach has discussed the issue of women’s participation in sports with Saudi Arabia’s Olympic chief. The IOC says Wednesday that Bach promised “full support” for the country’s sports development strategy through 2020. The plan includes “proposals to increase women's participation in the Olympic Games and in sport in general.” Saudi women are largely banned from participating in sports in the kingdom, although there are several football and basketball clubs that play in clandestine leagues. After prolonged negotiations with the IOC, Saudi Arabia sent women to the Olympics for the first time in 2012, with two female athletes competing at the London Games. (AP Photo/Saudi Press Agency)