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Saudi refugee Rahaf al-Qunun hopes her story encourages women to be 'brave and free'

SBS Tuesday, 15 January 2019
The young Saudi woman who fled her allegedly abusive family said she hopes her story inspires other women to be "brave".
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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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