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Saudi teen granted asylum in Canada enjoys a glass of red wine and a rolled up cigaretteEXCLUSIVE: Saudi teenager Rahaf Mohammed captured global attention last week after she barricaded herself in an airport hotel room in Bangkok, Thailand.
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News video: Relatives Of Saudi Teen Who Got Asylum In Canada Have 'Disowned Her'

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According to Business INsider Relatives of Rahaf al-Qunun, who fled her family and secured asylum in Canada, said in a statement that they disown her. Her father Mohammed al-Qunun is a high-ranking government official. He said she had insulted him and acted disgracefully. Al-Qunun fled on January 5...

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