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'Don't send me to Bahrain': Refugee footballer pleads in Bangkok

'Don't send me to #Bahrain': Refugee footballer pleads in #Bangkok

4/2/2019 10:14:00 AM

'Don't send me to Bahrain ': Refugee footballer pleads in Bangkok

BANGKOK (AFP)- A refugee footballer fighting an extradition request pleaded for his freedom Monday, saying 'please don't send me to Bahrain ' as he arrived in shackles at a Bangkok court, which extended his detention by another two months.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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