Refugee Bahraini footballer, freed from Thai jail, says 'I love Australia' – Reuters

  1. Refugee Bahraini footballer, freed from Thai jail, says ‘I love Australia’  Reuters
  2. Hakeem al-Araibi returns to Australia after two months in Thai prison | ABC News  ABC News
  3. Privileged sport officials willing to sacrifice Hakeem al-Araibi’s life should be expunged  The Guardian
  4. Outsider Craig Foster galvanises Australian soccer as FFA fractures  Herald Sun
  5. Thailand Frees Refugee Soccer Player Who Drew Global Concern  The Wall Street Journal
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'A victory!': Jubilation as freed footballer returns to Australia – Aljazeera.com

  1. ‘A victory!’: Jubilation as freed footballer returns to Australia  Aljazeera.com
  2. Hakeem Al Araibi boards plane leaving Thailand for Australia  Guardian News
  3. Hakeem al-Araibi: Thailand frees refugee footballer  BBC News
  4. Privileged sport officials willing to sacrifice Hakeem al-Araibi’s life should be expunged  The Guardian
  5. Hakeem al-Araibi on his way back to Australia, extradition case dropped | News Breakfast  ABC News
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Amlo's allies: the footballer, the militia leader and environmental scientist

Amlo's allies: the footballer, the militia leader and environmental scientistNewspapers show the results of the Mexican presidential election in Mexico City on Monday. Andrés Manuel López Obrador won a decisive victory in Mexico’s presidential elections, but his electoral coalition also scored a string of successes in gubernatorial and mayoral races across the country – as well as seizing the largest number of seats in congress. López Obrador, best known as Amlo, had pitched a big tent which included two former leaders of the right-leaning National Action party (Pan), as well as the Social Encounter party (PES), which was founded by Evangelicals in 2014.


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