U.S. President Barack Obama presents Dr. Maha Al-Muneef with the U.S. Secretary of State's International Woman of Courage Award in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Saturday, March 29, 2014. Dr. Al Muneef, founder and Executive Dir. of the National Family Safety Program (NFSP), was unable to attend the award ceremony in the U.S. this past March and was presented the award during Obama's visit to Saudi Arabia.
U.S. President Barack Obama presents Dr. Maha Al-Muneef with the U.S. Secretary of State's International Woman of Courage Award in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Saturday, March 29, 2014. Dr. Al Muneef, founder and Executive Dir. of the National Family Safety Program (NFSP), was unable to attend the award ceremony in the U.S. this past March and was presented the award during Obama's visit to Saudi Arabia. AP
U.S. President Barack Obama presents Dr. Maha Al-Muneef with the U.S. Secretary of State's International Woman of Courage Award in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Saturday, March 29, 2014. Dr. Al Muneef, founder and Executive Dir. of the National Family Safety Program (NFSP), was unable to attend the award ceremony in the U.S. this past March and was presented the award during Obama's visit to Saudi Arabia. AP

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