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Bahraini exile campaigns against crackdown in Gulf island state

LONDON (Reuters) - Stripped of his Bahraini citizenship and living in London exile, rights activist Sayed Ahmed AlWadaei says he speaks for the hundreds of opposition figures made voiceless by imprisonment back home.
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