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This team of Saudi women designed an award-winning app to make the Hajj safer

The annual pilgrimage takes from from 19 to 24 August this year. Image: REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah

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Muslims pray at the Grand Mosque during the Hajj pilgrimage in 2017. Image: Reuters/Suhaib Salem

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