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The story: A court in Riyadh has upheld a sentence against the prominent women’s rights activist Loujain Al-Hathloul. Recently released after over two years behind bars, she is now reportedly restricted from travelling abroad for five years. The 31-year-old gained prominence in 2013 for publicly campaigning for women’s right to drive and for the country’s male guardianship system to end.
The coverage: While Saudi media outlets have been generally silent over the Hathloul case, the latest ruling has triggered a storm on Twitter...
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