As Thailand's new king enjoys his coronation, questions are being asked if his relationship with Bahrain played a role in Australian Hakeem al-Araibi being held for so long in prison. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
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Reuters reports 25 year old Hakeem Al Araibi,who fled Bahrain in 2014 and received refugee status in Australia, was released from prison in Bangkok on Monday. Authorities in Bahrain accused Araibi of..
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's professional players union has slammed the country's support for the re-election of Asian Football Confederation President Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al-Khalifa in the.. SBS - Published
Craig Foster has attacked Football Federation Australia for voting for the re-election of Bahrain's Sheikh Salman as AFC president so soon after the Hakeem al-Araibi case. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
The refugee Bahraini footballer who spent 76 days in a Thai jail will finally adopt Australia as his home in a ceremony next week. Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - The Asian Football Confederation mishandled the Hakeem Al Araibi affair and needs to be more independent of national interests, says the Emirati hoping to replace Sheikh Salman.. SBS - Published
Hakeem Al-Araibi says he was 'scared' while locked up in a Thai jail. The footballer reveals he shared a cell with 50 other men and cried thinking about his wife, but his focus is now on his future. SBS - Published