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Saudi refugee in Canada expects more women to flee homeland

Bangkok Post Tuesday, 15 January 2019
Saudi refugee in Canada expects more women to flee homelandCANBERRA: A Saudi woman accepted as a refugee in Canada has said in an Australian television interview that she expected her experience would inspire other women to flee her homeland.
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