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Escape from Saudi
It was a voice of desperation, an urgent SOS to the world. A Saudi teenager, trapped in transit, on the run from her family and the Saudi state, hoping to make it to Australia. Four Corners reporter Sophie McNeill flew to Bangkok, slipped past security and joined Rahaf Al Qunun as she discussed what it is like being a woman in Saudi Arabia.
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"Four Corners" investigates how these scams operate, uncovering an online marketplace where fake identities and criminal skills are bought and sold.
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This episode of "Four Corners" contains graphic descriptions of sexual assault which may disturb some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised.
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