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Bring Andy Tsege Home

Andy is a British citizen, democracy campaigner and father of three children. He was kidnapped in 2014 and taken to Ethiopia to face torture and execution for his political views.

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A message from Jeremy Corbyn - Bring Andy home

Jeremy Corbyn calls on UK Government to bring death row Brit back to his family in London. Join him...

Mississippi Memories - photos from an execution in 1987

Clive Stafford Smith and Paul Hamann remember an execution 31 years on through photos taken at the time

7 shocking facts about a kidnapped Brit on Ethiopia’s death row

Andy Tsege has endured nearly four years on death row for daring to criticise the Ethiopian Government. Here are 7 Shocking facts about his case...

Blair's Comments Underscore Need For Independent Belhaj Inquiry

Former PM denies knowledge of Abdul Hakim Belhaj and Fatima Boudchar rendition. Only a full inquiry can get to the truth

MPs and Peers: “Kris Maharaj is innocent, and must be freed.”

100 MPs and Peers support Kris Maharaj. Floria court argues evidence of innocence is not relevant 

Post Mortem - the execution of Edward Earl Johnson

On May 20, 1987, just before midnight, I was sitting in the witness area of the Mississippi Gas Chamber watching someone die... by Clive Stafford Smith, founder of Reprieve

WATCH: Fourteen Days in May - full documentary

Telling the true story of the countdown to an execution in Mississippi on 20th May 1987. Written and directed by Paul Hamann

Exposed - UK taxpayers fund Bahrain torture and death penalty

Over £5 million in UK assistance while executions resumed, the number of men on death row has tripled, and peaceful protesters have been abducted, tortured and sentenced to death

TAKE ACTION: How the UK government can make sure torture mistakes are never repeated

Our torture rules are being rewritten behind closed doors - here's how we stop it... Bella Sankey, Deputy Director of Reprieve

BREAKING: Prime Minister apologises for UK role in abduction, torture and rendition of Abdul-Hakim Belhaj and Fatima Boudchar

An unprecedented war on terror apology for UK's role in “harrowing experiences" of rendition and torture victims

Abdul-Hakim Belhaj and Fatima Boudchar

The story behind today's apology for UK's role in abduction, torture and rendition of Libyan dissident and his pregnant wife

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