The woman did not say why she sought refuge abroad, but Human Rights Watch cited a Canadian witness as saying she had intended to flee to Australia to escape a forced marriage.
Arranged marriages are the norm in Saudi Arabia, where a 'guardianship' system requires a male family member, usually the father, husband or brother, to grant permission for a woman's study, travel, marriage and even medical treatment.
Please feel free to add any others at the end if you’re an expat in Norway or have traveled there for any length of time! ‘Allemannsrett’: This law means that you can pitch your tent or hike anywhere in Norway.
Granted, you can’t pitch a tent in the middle of Frognerparken, but anywhere out in nature or mountains that are not private property is an absolute go. Hotels and hostels aren’t cheap in Norway, so this gives travelers and locals another way to be out in nature at an affordable cost.
If you read the "shale miracle" article suggested Mike J E, we're at risk of forgetting the significance to our civilisation of high net-energy fuel sources.
In self-recorded videos that have circulated widely on social media, Dina Ali Lasloom, 24, said authorities had held her at the Manila airport for 13 hours and confiscated her passport.'My name is Dina Ali and I'm a Saudi woman who fled Saudi Arabia to Australia to seek asylum,' she said, adding she feared violence from relatives who came to bring her back home.
My tongue, every atom of my blood, form'd from this soil, this air, Born here of parents born here from parents the same, and their parents the same, I, now thirty-seven years old in perfect health begin, Hoping to cease not till death.