Workplace rules eased for Saudi Arabia's women

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The fight for women's rights in Saudi Arabia has been well-documented - at the height of the Arab Spring protests, activists got behind the wheel to win the right to drive in the deeply conservative Kingdom.

But while Saudi remains the only country in the world where women are banned from driving, there are changes being made - but are things moving fast enough?

The BBC's Katy Watson spoke to one female lawyer who is now able to pursue her career in the capital Riyadh.

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