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FULL INTERVIEW: Rahaf Mohammed on escaping Saudi Arabia to Canada

CBC.ca Thursday, 17 January 2019
FULL INTERVIEW: Rahaf Mohammed on escaping Saudi Arabia to CanadaFULL INTERVIEW | In her own words, Saudi teen Rahaf Mohammed talks to Susan Ormiston about fleeing her family, how she finally ended up in Canada and what she plans to do next.
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News video: Saudi teen who fled her family in fear gets a new home in Canada

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#RahafMohammed #Canada CANADA — Canada granted asylum to Rahaf Mohammed, a Saudi teenager, last week after she escaped her family, CBS News reports. Reporting from a press conference Rahaf was speaking at, CNN quotes her as saying, "I am one of the lucky ones. I know there are unlucky women...

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