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A general view shows the Kingdom Tower late 11 July 2004, a landmark of Riyadh owned by Saudi prince Walid bin Talal. Yemen has begun recovering vast tracts of desert land the size of Switzerland from Saudi Arabia under an agreement signed four years ago which ended a decades-long border dispute. The deal covers a total of 40,000 square kilometres (15,400 square miles) of territory being returned by the oil-rich kingdom to Yemen, one of the poorest countries in the world. AFP PHOTO/BILAL QABALAN (Photo by BILAL QABALAN / AFP) (Photo by BILAL QABALAN/AFP via Getty Images)
A general view shows the Kingdom Tower late 11 July 2004, a landmark of Riyadh owned by Saudi prince Walid bin Talal. Yemen has begun recovering vast tracts of desert land the size of Switzerland from Saudi Arabia under an agreement signed four years ago which ended a decades-long border dispute. The deal covers a total of 40,000 square kilometres (15,400 square miles) of territory being returned by the oil-rich kingdom to Yemen, one of the poorest countries in the world. AFP PHOTO/BILAL QABALAN (Photo by BILAL QABALAN / AFP) (Photo by BILAL QABALAN/AFP via Getty Images)
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