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RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — King Abdullah has told Saudi editors to stop publishing pictures of women because they could lead young men astray, newspapers reported Tuesday.
The king's directive, made in a meeting with local editors, caused surprise because the monarch has been regarded a quiet reformer since he took office in the ultraconservative country in August.
In recent months, newspapers have published pictures of women — always wearing the traditional Muslim headscarf — to illustrate stories. The stories usually have had to do with women's issues.