'A woman's life in Saudi Arabia is determined by the roll of a dice'
"A woman's life in Saudi Arabia is determined by the roll of a dice. If her male guardian is a good one, her life can be fantastic. If she gets a bad one, her life can be quite terrible." That's the view of Adam Coogle from Human Rights Watch. He spoke to us about the situation for women in the conservative kingdom after the case of Rahaf Mohammed, the 18-year-old Saudi woman who earlier this year barricaded herself in her airport hotel room in Thailand to escape from her family.