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Japan Today reported "Saudi teen who fled family leaves Thailand for asylum in Canada" on Friday

[] She still refuses to meet with her father and brother, and they are going to be traveling back tonight as well .. Her case has drawn global attention to Saudi Arabia's strict social rules, including a requirement that women have the permission of a male guardian to travel, which rights groups say can trap women and girls as prisoners of abusive families Maclean and Marguerita Choy) © (c) Copyright Thomson Reuters 2019. An 18-year-old Saudi woman who fled her family saying she feared for her life has been granted asylum in Canada, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday, as Thai officials confirmed the teen was en route to Toronto. Trudeau said United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) had asked…

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Saudi teen who fled family leaves Thailand for asylum in Canada It was her wish to go to Canada, Thailand’s immigration chief Surachate Hakparn told reporters She still refuses to meet with her father and brother, and they are going to be traveling back tonight as well .. Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles

Saudi teen who fled family has left Thailand for Canada Qunun has accused her family of abuse, and has refused to meet her father and brother who arrived in Bangkok to try take her back to Saudi Arabia Qunun arrived in Bangkok on Saturday and was initially denied entry, but she soon started posting messages on Twitter from the transit area of Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi airport saying she had escaped Kuwait and her life would be in danger if forced to return to Saudi Arabia Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles

Saudi teen who fled family has left Thailand for Canada: official Within hours, a campaign sprang up dubbed #SaveRahaf, spread on Twitter by a loose network of activists Following a tense 48-hour stand-off at Bangkok airport, some of it barricaded in a transit lounge hotel room, she was allowed to enter the country and has been processed as a refugee by the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles

Saudi teen who fled family has left Thailand, en route to Canada:... The Korean Air plane carrying Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, 18, left Bangkok for Seoul shortly before midnight, the official said Qunun is due to board a connecting flight to Canada from Seoul’s Incheon airport Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles

Saudi teen fleeing family granted asylum in Canada Alqunun, from Hail in northwestern Saudi Arabia, said she feared she may have been killed if she was forced to return to her family However, in 2015 authorities deported around 100 Uighur Muslims back to China, sparking a backlash from human rights groups and the United States The Thai government is most certainly aware of the importance of this matter to Australia, Payne told reporters

Saudi teen to depart Thailand for Canada asylum-Thai immigration chief Qunun arrived in Bangkok on Saturday and was initially denied entry but after a tense 48-hour stand-off at Bangkok airport, some of it barricaded in a transit lounge hotel room, she was allowed to enter the country and has been processed as a refugee by the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR)

Saudi woman who fled family granted asylum in Canada after Thailand airport standoff Several female Saudis fleeing abuse by their families have been caught trying to seek asylum abroad in recent years and returned home He was arrested while on holiday in Thailand last November due to an Interpol notice in which Bahrain sought his custody after he was sentenced in absentia in 2014 to 10 years in prison for allegedly vandalising a police station - a charge he denies Mr Al-Araibi's case is being considered by Thailand's justice system, she said

Saudi refugee who fled to Thailand claims to have been granted asylum More than three months on, his body's whereabouts remain unknown Turkish and US officials have accused Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of orchestrating the killing - an allegation Saudi authorities categorically refute Daily Mail Australia has contacted the Department of Home Affairs for comment

Saudi teen refugee arrives in Canada She refused to fly back and barricaded herself into her airport hotel room, attracting international attention Separately, she told AFP news agency she had suffered physical and psychological abuse from her family, including being locked in her room for six months for cutting her hair Thailand allowed her to stay and the UN assessed her claim for asylum

Saudi teen who fled her family arrives in Canada Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun grabbed international attention this week after she barricaded herself in a Bangkok airport hotel room to resist being sent home to her family, which denies any abuse Instead, she took a Korean Air flight from Bangkok to Seoul on Friday and then a connecting flight to Toronto Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles

Saudi teen who fled family welcomed as 'brave new Canadian' in Toronto After a brief appearance, she was taken back into the airport terminal That’s why I went to Canada, she told Reuters in a direct message before boarding her flight to Toronto Within hours, a campaign sprang up dubbed #SaveRahaf, spread on Twitter by a loose network of activists Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles

'I did it': Saudi teen fleeing alleged family abuse arrives in Canada as an asylum refugee Alqunun smiled broadly as she exited an arrival door at Toronto’s airport Saturday sporting a Canada hoodie The Saudi government responded by freezing all Saudi air flights to Toronto, suspending bilateral trade deals and cancelling scholarships for thousands of Saudi students in Canada