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Saudi Arabia appoints deputy education minister, university heads: SPA

Reuters Saturday, 23 March 2019
Saudi Arabia appointed a deputy education minister for universities, research and innovation along with the heads of three universities, according to a royal order published on state news agency SPA on Saturday.
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