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Qatar Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton calls for Qatar and Saudi Arabia to be scrutinised over human rights issues

Lewis Hamilton says Formula 1 is "duty-bound" to raise awareness of human rights issues in Qatar at the country's maiden grand prix.
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