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Saudi Arabia is planning to build a semi-autonomous luxury travel destination along its Red Sea coast that visitors can reach without visas. The Red Sea area, which will include diving attractions and a nature reserve, will be developed with seed capital from the country's Public Investment Fund. (Associated Press/File)

Saudi Arabia is planning to build a semi-autonomous luxury travel destination along its Red Sea coast that visitors can reach without visas. The Red Sea area, which will include diving attractions and a nature reserve, will be developed with seed capital from the country's Public Investment Fund. (Associated Press/File)

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