Saudi Women’s Rights Activist Contends For Nobel Peace Prize

[The Guardian - Nigeria] - 9/10/2019
Loujain al-Hathloul, along with at least a dozen other women's rights activists, were arrested over a year ago as Saudi Arabia ended a ban on women driving cars, which many of the detainees had long campaigned for. Local media tarred them as traitors. The case has drawn global criticism and (...)
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