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F1 champion Lewis Hamilton said he was moved by a letter from a man on death row in Bahrain and vowed he won't let rights violations 'go unnoticed'.

The development makes Hamilton a doubtful starter for the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi.

<em>Hamilton</em> addresses F1's 'massive problem' with human rights

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Hamilton addresses F1's 'massive problem' with human rights

Bahrain is accused of exploiting F1 to "sportswash" its human rights abuses.

F1 star <em>Lewis</em> <em>Hamilton</em> sacks staff members for Islamophobia

The New Arab

F1 star Lewis Hamilton sacks staff members for Islamophobia

Four members of Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes team in Brackley have been sacked for Islamophobic bullying.

British teacher named world's best, wins $1 million prize

The New Arab & agencies

British teacher named world's best, wins $1 million prize

A London teacher has been named the world's "best teacher" and was awarded the $1 million prize in the UAE.

Sarah Khalil

Naomi Campbell hosts charity event to support Syrian children

Hollywood and fashion A-listers gathered on Sunday for the Fashion for Relief charity event to raise funds for Syria's children refugees.

Robert Cusack

Libya Report: Which MPs voted for and against intervention?

As the UK's Commons' Foreign Affairs Committee published its report criticising David Cameron's 'opportunistic policy' in Libya, it's important ...

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Bahrain: F1 race overshadowed by rights abuses

As Bahrain prepares to host F1 Grand Prix, a report by Amnesty International paints a chilling picture of the state of human rights in the Gulf ...

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