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Real war on women: Saudi women demand end to male control over them

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A group of 25 female activists from Saudi Arabia have petitioned the country's government to end the "absolute authority" of men over women. In Saudi Arabia, women are forbidden from working, traveling, or even obtaining identification unless a male guardian gives them permission. Women are also forbidden from driving. The group of women, including some university professors, sent the petition...

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