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Smoke and flames rise from a Saudi Aramco oil facility in Jeddah following a reported attack by Yemeni rebels. A huge cloud of smoke was seen near the Formula One venue in the city following the attack. Andrej Isakovic/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Students from the Youth Winter Olympic Sports School perform ice and snow gymnastics during an event marking the 100-day countdown to the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Zhangjiakou, Hebei province, China, on Tuesday. Chen Xiaodong/Costfoto/Barcroft Media/Getty Images hide caption

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Saudi Arabia and China are accused of using sports to cover up human rights abuse

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Major automakers like Jaguar develop all-electric race cars to compete in Formula E. Here Mitch Evans, in a Jaguar, leads rivals during the ABB FIA Formula E Championship in New York City on July 11. Handout/Jaguar Racing via Getty Images hide caption

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With A Whirr, Not A Roar, Auto Racing Drives Toward An Electric Future

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