Saudi women in ‘silent walk’ protest
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Saudi campaigners protest over the right to drive

Women campaigners in Saudi Arabia are filming themselves walking silently in the street in an attempt to claim the right to drive.

The online campaign is a protest against restrictions, which prevent women from doing everyday things unless they are in the presence of a male guardian.

Video journalists: Suniti Singh and Alma Hassoun

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  • 04 Apr 2017
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