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UnCoke: A Fizzy Little Tour Of The World's 'Other' Colas

UnCoke: A Fizzy Little Tour Of The World's 'Other' Colas

We all know how ubiquitous Coca-Cola"s red-and-white logo is around the world. But together with its archrival Pepsi-Cola, these U.S.-based cola giants have had to fend off smaller, locally-produced alternatives. Call it the alter-cola revolution.

Let us take you on a fizzy little tour of the new regional and national cola brands springing up everywhere.

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This Happened — September 23: Women Enter The King Fahd International Stadium

On this day in 2017, women were allowed to enter the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, for the first time ever. The women attended the stadium’s 87th anniversary celebrations and a qualifying World Cup match.

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