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No one should begrudge Rahaf Mohammed her fresh start in Canada. But the fact remains that our foreign policy challenges are mounting... [Read More]
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The way in which Ottawa chose to pursue this case will give either false hope to many abroad or grave disappointment and misgivings... [Read More]
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My mobile phone vibrating next to my head far too early on a Sunday morning was the first indication someone was in trouble... [Read More]
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Teenage refugee Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun is wide-eyed with wonder while learning to safely navigate her freshly adopted homeland of Canada, a friend says... [Read More]
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Opinion: Lofty pronouncements have consequences. Will Canada accept all others who air their plights via social media? Of course not... [Read More]
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The story of Rahaf Mohammed, an 18-year-old Saudi girl who has become an international media darling for her flight to the West from "persecution", aired... [Read More]
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Rahaf Mohammed, formerly known as Rahaf al-Qunun, won asylum in Canada, but is still hounded by vitriol from her native Saudi Arabia. [Read More]
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EXCLUSIVE: Saudi teenager Rahaf Mohammed captured global attention last week after she barricaded herself in an airport hotel room in Bangkok, Thailand. [Read More]
"Laura" was locked in her room for periods of eight to nine months at a time. She fled from Saudi Arabia to Canada in 2013. [Read More]
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... [Read More]
Canada has granted asylum to Rahaf Mohammed, a Saudi teenager who fled to Thailand to escape alleged abuse from her family. CBC's senior correspondent Susan... [Read More]
The whole Rahaf Mohammed affair smacks of politics, not human rights... [Read More]
In social media posts Rahaf Mohammed eats bacon and eggs and enjoys Starbucks coffee after arriving in Toronto. [Read More]
Rahaf Mohammed, 18, was granted asylum in Canada after fleeing to Bangkok, claiming her life would be in danger if she returned to her family... [Read More]
EXCLUSIVE: Rahaf Mohammed, who has renounced her last name al-Qunun after her family disowned her, could not contain her joy as she tried bacon for... [Read More]
After escaping her family and seeking asylum in Canada, Rahaf Mohammed made her first public statement in Toronto. Omar Sachedina reports. [Read More]
Chinese dissident Liu Xinglian marked his 64th birthday on Wednesday at Taiwan's Taoyuan airport, one of two refugees who have been trapped in limbo there... [Read More]
Rahaf Mohammed, 18, captured world's attention in escape from family, but says she now hopes to live 'like any other young woman' in Canada... [Read More]
Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun captured the world's attention with a trail of tweets from her hotel room at Bangkok's airport, where she holed up after Thai... [Read More]
'I am one of the lucky ones,' says Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun... [Read More]
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