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              In this May 21, 2012 photo, members of a Saudi female soccer team listen to their captain, Rawh Abdullah, bottom center, before their training session at a secret location in Riyadh, Sa

    In this May 21, 2012 photo, members of a Saudi female soccer team listen to their captain, Rawh Abdullah, bottom center, before their training session at a secret location in Riyadh, Sa

    Posted: 7/5/2012 6:38:24 PM EST
    In this May 21, 2012 photo, members of a Saudi female soccer team listen to their captain, Rawh Abdullah, bottom center, before their training session at a secret location in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. While Olympic leaders and human rights advocates are encouraged by signs that Saudi Arabia may bow to pressure and send female athletes to the Summer Games, women athletes in the ultraconservative kingdom are worried about a backlash at home. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
  •  - U.S. Secretary of Defense Panetta is greeted by Khaled Al-Aabed, head of Royal Protocol upon arrival in Jeddah

    U.S. Secretary of Defense Panetta is greeted by Khaled Al-Aabed, head of Royal Protocol upon arrival in Jeddah

    Posted: 6/20/2012 9:37:05 AM EST
    U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta (L) is greeted by Khaled Al-Aabed, head of Royal Protocol upon his arrival at King Abdul Aziz International Airport, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia June 20, 2012. Panetta is leading a Presidential Delegation to Jeddah to attend the memorial service for Prince Nayef bin Abbel-Aziz. REUTERS/Pablo Martinez Monsivais/Pool (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: TRANSPORT POLITICS OBITUARY)
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    Posted: 6/19/2012 9:45:58 AM EST
    Leaders of the G-20 and guests pose for the family photo in Los Cabos, Mexico, Monday, June 18, 2012. Front row from left, France?s President Francois Hollande, Argentina?s President Cristina Fernandez, Indonesia?s President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, U.S. President Barack Obama, China?s President Hu Jintao, Mexico?s President Felipe Calderon, South Korea?s President Lee Myung-bak, South Africa?s President Jacob Zuma, Brazil?s President Dilma Rousseff, Russia?s President Vladimir Putin. Middle row from left, European Commission?s President Jose Manuel Barroso, Italy?s Prime Minister Mario Monti, Turkey?s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Australia?s Prime Minister Julia Gillard, Germany?s Chancellor Angela Merkel, India?s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, British Prime Minister David Cameron, Canada?s Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Japan?s Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy, Saudi Arabia Minister of Finance Ibrahim bin Abdulaziz Al-Assaf. Back row from left, Chairman of the Financial Stability Board Mark Carney, OECD Secretary General Jose Angel Gurria, World Bank?s President Robert Zoellick, FAO Director-General Jose Graziano da Silva, Spain?s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, Cambodia?s Prime Minister Hun Sen, Colombia?s President Juan Manuel Santos, Chile?s President Sebastian Pinera, Benin?s President Boni Yayi, Ethiopia?s Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Director-General of the International Labour Organization Juan Somavia, IMF?s Managing Director Christine Lagarde, WTO Director General Pascal Lamy. (AP Photo/Andres Leighton)
  •  - Russia's President Putin and others pose for a group photo at the G20 Summit in Los Cabos

    Russia's President Putin and others pose for a group photo at the G20 Summit in Los Cabos

    Posted: 6/18/2012 10:58:10 PM EST
    Russia's President Vladimir Putin (front) poses for a group photo with International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde (L, rear), World Trade Organization (WTO) Director-General Pascal Lamy (R, rear) and Finance Minister of Saudi Arabia Ibrahim Abdulaziz Al-Assaf (C) at the G20 Summit in Los Cabos, June 18, 2012. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 6/18/2012 4:55:46 PM EST
    In this Monday, May 14, 2012 photo, Saudi defense minister Prince Salman bin Abdel-Aziz welcomes Gulf Arab leaders, not pictured, after their arrival to take part in the opening of Gulf Cooperation Council "GCC" summit in the Saudi capital of Riyadh. Saudi Arabia names defense minister, Prince Salman, as new crown prince after the death of his brother late Crown Prince Nayef on Saturday. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
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    Posted: 6/18/2012 4:55:46 PM EST
    In this Monday, May 14, 2012 photo, Saudi defense minister Prince Salman bin Abdel-Aziz welcomes Gulf Arab leaders, not pictured, after their arrival to take part in the opening of Gulf Cooperation Council "GCC" summit in the Saudi capital of Riyadh. Saudi Arabia names defense minister, Prince Salman, as new crown prince after the death of his brother late Crown Prince Nayef on Saturday. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
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    Posted: 6/18/2012 4:55:46 PM EST
    In this Monday, May 14, 2012 photo, Saudi defense minister Prince Salman bin Abdel-Aziz speaks on his mobile phone after welcoming Gulf Arab leaders, not pictured, to take part in the opening of Gulf Cooperation Council "GCC" summit in the Saudi capital of Riyadh. Saudi Arabia names defense minister, Prince Salman, as new crown prince after the death of his brother late Crown Prince Nayef on Saturday. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
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    Posted: 6/18/2012 4:55:46 PM EST
    In this Monday, May 14, 2012 photo, Saudi defense minister Prince Salman bin Abdel-Aziz welcomes Gulf Arab leaders, not pictured, after their arrival to take part in the opening of Gulf Cooperation Council "GCC" summit in the Saudi capital of Riyadh. Saudi Arabia names defense minister, Prince Salman, as new crown prince after the death of his brother late Crown Prince Nayef on Saturday. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
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    Posted: 6/18/2012 4:55:46 PM EST
    In this Monday, May 14, 2012 photo, Saudi's late Crown Prince Interior minister Nayef bin Abdul-Aziz, right, and his brother new Saudi Crown Prince defense minister Prince Salman bin Abdul-Aziz attend the opening of Gulf Cooperation Council "GCC" summit, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia names defense minister, Prince Salman, as new crown prince after the death of his brother late Crown Prince Nayef on Saturday. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
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    Posted: 6/18/2012 4:55:45 PM EST
    RETRANSMISSION FOR ALTERNATE CROP - In this Monday, May 14, 2012 photo, Saudi defense minister Prince Salman bin Abdel-Aziz welcomes Gulf Arab leaders, not pictured, after their arrival to take part in the opening of Gulf Cooperation Council "GCC" summit in the Saudi capital of Riyadh. Saudi Arabia names defense minister, Prince Salman, as new crown prince after the death of his brother late Crown Prince Nayef on Saturday. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
  •  - File photo of Saudi Prince Salman speaking to a journalist at his palace in Riyadh

    File photo of Saudi Prince Salman speaking to a journalist at his palace in Riyadh

    Posted: 6/18/2012 10:20:02 AM EST
    Governor of Riyadh Prince Salman speaks to a journalist at his palace in Riyadh in this August 4, 2005 file photo. Saudi Arabia named Prince Salman its new crown prince, heir apparent to the 89-year-old King Abdullah, after the death of Crown Prince Nayef on Saturday, state TV said citing a royal decree. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim/Files (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
  •  - File photo of Saudi Prince Salman, brother of Saudi King Abdullah, reacting upon the arrival of the coffin of Crown Prince Nayef at Jeddah airport

    File photo of Saudi Prince Salman, brother of Saudi King Abdullah, reacting upon the arrival of the coffin of Crown Prince Nayef at Jeddah airport

    Posted: 6/18/2012 10:14:07 AM EST
    Saudi Prince Salman, brother of Saudi King Abdullah, reacts upon the arrival of the coffin of Crown Prince Nayef at Jeddah airport in this June 17, 2012 file photo. Saudi Arabia named Prince Salman its new crown prince, heir apparent to the 89-year-old King Abdullah, after the death of Crown Prince Nayef on Saturday, state TV said citing a royal decree. REUTERS/Saudi Press Agency/Handout/Files (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 6/17/2012 2:00:45 PM EST
    FILE - In this Wednesday, Feb. 5, 202 file photo, Saudi Interior Minister Prince Nayef is seen during an interview with The Associated Press at his office in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia said Saturday, June 16, 2012 that Crown Prince Nayef has died.(AP Photo/Hasan Jamali)
  •  - OPEC Secretary General Adullah al-Badri waits for the start of a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna

    OPEC Secretary General Adullah al-Badri waits for the start of a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna

    Posted: 6/14/2012 3:27:07 PM EST
    OPEC Secretary General Adullah al-Badri waits for the start of a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna, June 14, 2012. OPEC kept oil output limits on hold on Thursday at 30 million barrels a day, powerless to do anything other than hope top producer Saudi Arabia will scale back supplies unilaterally soon to stem a $30 slide in prices. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
  •  - Iraq's Oil Minister and OPEC president Luaibi adjusts his microphone during a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers in Vienna

    Iraq's Oil Minister and OPEC president Luaibi adjusts his microphone during a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers in Vienna

    Posted: 6/14/2012 3:13:06 PM EST
    Iraq's Oil Minister and OPEC president Abdul Kareem Luaibi adjusts his microphone during a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna, June 14, 2012. OPEC kept oil output limits on hold on Thursday at 30 million barrels a day, powerless to do anything other than hope top producer Saudi Arabia will scale back supplies unilaterally soon to stem a $30 slide in prices. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
  •  - OPEC Secretary General Al-Badri talks with Iraq's Oil Minister and OPEC president Luaibi during a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna

    OPEC Secretary General Al-Badri talks with Iraq's Oil Minister and OPEC president Luaibi during a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna

    Posted: 6/14/2012 3:08:54 PM EST
    OPEC Secretary General Abdullah al-Badri (R) talks with Iraq's Oil Minister and OPEC president Abdul Kareem Luaibi during a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna, June 14, 2012. OPEC kept oil output limits on hold on Thursday at 30 million barrels a day, powerless to do anything other than hope top producer Saudi Arabia will scale back supplies unilaterally soon to stem a $30 slide in prices. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
  •  - OPEC Secretary General al-Badri addresses a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna

    OPEC Secretary General al-Badri addresses a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna

    Posted: 6/14/2012 3:05:34 PM EST
    OPEC Secretary General Adullah al-Badri addresses a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna, June 14, 2012. OPEC kept oil output limits on hold on Thursday at 30 million barrels a day, powerless to do anything other than hope top producer Saudi Arabia will scale back supplies unilaterally soon to stem a $30 slide in prices. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
  •  - OPEC Secretary General al-Badri and Iraq's Oil Minister and OPEC president Luaibi address a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna

    OPEC Secretary General al-Badri and Iraq's Oil Minister and OPEC president Luaibi address a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna

    Posted: 6/14/2012 3:04:46 PM EST
    OPEC Secretary General Adullah al-Badri (R) and Iraq's Oil Minister and OPEC president Abdul Kareem Luaibi address a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna, June 14, 2012. OPEC kept oil output limits on hold on Thursday at 30 million barrels a day, powerless to do anything other than hope top producer Saudi Arabia will scale back supplies unilaterally soon to stem a $30 slide in prices. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
  •  - OPEC Secretary General Al-Badri addresses a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna

    OPEC Secretary General Al-Badri addresses a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna

    Posted: 6/14/2012 2:56:53 PM EST
    OPEC Secretary General Abdullah al-Badri addresses a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna, June 14, 2012. OPEC kept oil output limits on hold on Thursday at 30 million barrels a day, powerless to do anything other than hope top producer Saudi Arabia will scale back supplies unilaterally soon to stem a $30 slide in prices. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
  •  - OPEC Secretary General Al-Badri and an unidentified woman urge Iraq's Oil Minister and OPEC president Luaibi to leave a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in

    OPEC Secretary General Al-Badri and an unidentified woman urge Iraq's Oil Minister and OPEC president Luaibi to leave a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in

    Posted: 6/14/2012 2:55:24 PM EST
    OPEC Secretary General Abdallah al-Badri (R) and an unidentified woman urge Iraq's Oil Minister and OPEC president Abdul Kareem Luaibi to leave a news conference after a meeting of OPEC oil ministers at OPEC's headquarters in Vienna, June 14, 2012. OPEC kept oil output limits on hold on Thursday at 30 million barrels a day, powerless to do anything other than hope top producer Saudi Arabia will scale back supplies unilaterally soon to stem a $30 slide in prices. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)