- Morning mail: Saudi teenager in UN care, mass fish deaths, Spacey in court The Guardian
- Rahaf al-Qunun: Australia asked to clarify reports it has cancelled Saudi woman’s visa The Guardian
- Thai officials promise not to deport Saudi woman seeking asylum in Australia ABC News
- Australian government urged to grant asylum to Saudi woman Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun SBS News
- Rahaf Alqunun 'was terrified', says reporter who was locked in room with Saudi asylum seeker ABC News
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Tuesday: Saudi woman held in Bangkok after fleeing her family may stay temporarily in Thailand. Plus: water crisis on the Darling
Human rights groups ask government to clarify status of Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun’s tourist visa after teenager’s supporters raise alarm
After hours of uncertainty, Thai officials say a young Saudi woman hoping to seek asylum in Australia amid fears she will be killed for renouncing Islam won't be sent home against her will.
The status of Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun's visa has been questioned.
ABC journalist Sophie McNeil spent some time with terrified Saudi teenager Rahaf Alqunun, who barricaded herself in a Thai airport hotel room for fear of being sent back to be killed by her own family for renouncing Islam.