How a refugee footballer’s honeymoon turned into an extradition nightmare

BANGKOK (Reuters) – The honeymoon that Bahraini footballer Hakeem Al Araibi and his wife had.

Refugee Bahraini footballer, freed from Thai jail, says ‘I love Australia’

SYDNEY (Reuters) – A refugee Bahraini footballer who was held in a Thai prison for.

Bahraini footballer arrives in Australia after release from Thailand: TV

Hakeem al-Araibi, a refugee Bahraini footballer who was released from a Thai prison, is seen.

‘He is a free man’: refugee Bahraini footballer heads home to Australia

BANGKOK (Reuters) – A refugee Bahraini footballer with residency status in Australia boarded a flight.

‘He is a free man’: refugee Bahraini footballer heads home to Australia

BANGKOK (Reuters) – A refugee Bahraini footballer with residency status in Australia boarded a flight.

Refugee Bahraini footballer boards plane leaving Thailand for Australia: Reuters witness

FILE PHOTO: Jailed Bahraini footballer Hakeem Al Araibi leaves Thailand’s Criminal Court, in Bangkok, Thailand.

‘He is a free man’: Thailand releases refugee Bahraini footballer after extradition bid dropped

BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand on Monday freed a jailed refugee Bahraini footballer with residency status.

Thailand considers dropping Bahraini footballer extradition: prosecution source

FILE PHOTO: Jailed Bahraini footballer Hakeem Al Araibi leaves Thailand’s Criminal Court, in Bangkok, Thailand.

Thailand to investigate disappearance of Vietnamese asylum-seeker

BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand will investigate the disappearance of a dissident Vietnamese journalist after a.

Australia soccer body ramps up campaign to free jailed Bahraini refugee

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Football Federation Australia have ramped up their campaign to free jailed Bahraini.

Feet shackled, Bahraini footballer arrives at Thai court to fight extradition

BANGKOK (Reuters) – Hakeem Al Araibi, a jailed Bahraini footballer who fled his country and.

Australia PM urges Thailand not to extradite Bahraini player

ABU DHABI (Reuters) РAustralia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Asian soccer chiefs called on.