Megan is 15 and loves music. She plays guitar and piano and likes to learn songs she's found on the internet, and she also plays on her school's volleyball team.
Australia's government plans to censure a far-right senator who claimed Muslim immigration was to blame for the New Zealand mosque attacks. The Islamophobic comments also caught the attention of a teenager with an egg.
The Saudi teenager fled her family and reached a hotel at Bangkok airport from where she sent out appeals for help via social media. The UN has taken up her case and asked Australia to welcome her.
The 18-year-old, who says she renounced Islam and fled her abusive family while traveling in Kuwait, is to be allowed to stay in Thailand while the UN evaluates her case. She sent out pleas for help via Twitter.
The government wants to ensure non-state school students can't be thrown out based on their sexuality. Some Australian states allow religious institutions to turn away gay students.
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