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Refugee footballer detained in Bangkok happy he's 'an Aussie now'

Bangkok Post Tuesday, 12 March 2019
SYDNEY: A former Bahraini football player and refugee became an Australian citizen on Tuesday, four weeks after detention in Thailand on an extradition request from his home country raised international concern.
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