A campaign to free and return to UK a British father Andargachew "Andy" Tsege who was kidnapped on 23rd June 2014 while in-transit in Yemen International airport and rendered to Ethiopia. He is still in illegal detention in Ethiopia! He is a man who is advocating democratic government in Ethiopia.
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Boris Johnson urged to intervene to save Briton on death row in Ethiopia

Boris Johnson urged to intervene to save Briton on death row in Ethiopia

By Owen Bowcott, Legal affairs correspondent Tuesday 3 October 2017 17.56 BSTGuardian Heads of Law Society and Bar Council ask foreign secretary to seek release of Andargachew Tseg ...

Reprieve say Theresa May must act over British Father on Ethiopian death row for 3 years

Reprieve say Theresa May must act over British Father on Ethiopian death row for 3 years

23rd June 2017 marks three years since British Father Andy Tsege was first illegally kidnapped from an international airport and rendered to Ethiopia’s death row. Andy’s partner, Y ...

General Election 2017: The Maidenhead candidate from Islington who made Theresa May’s night even more awkward

General Election 2017: The Maidenhead candidate from Islington who made Theresa May’s night even more awkward

By James Morris 9th May 2017 Jeremy Corbyn wasn’t the only Islington candidate haunting Theresa May last night – after the partner of abducted Andy Tsege came face to face with the ...

General Election 2017: Partner of abducted Andy Tsege stands against Theresa May in Maidenhead

General Election 2017: Partner of abducted Andy Tsege stands against Theresa May in Maidenhead

By James Morris 15 May 2017 09:51 Islington Gazette The partner of abducted Upper Holloway man Andy Tsege feels so hopeless about his illegal imprisonment that she has resorted to ...

The voices calling for Andy Tsege’s freedom on 1000th day

The voices calling for Andy Tsege’s freedom on 1000th day

As Andy Tsege spent his 1,000th day illegally held on death row in Ethiopia, the Foreign Office was met with a song of protest. Gutsy Girls from Andy's kids school sang loudly a so ...

Will this British Citizen on Death Row in Ethiopia ever walk free?

Will this British Citizen on Death Row in Ethiopia ever walk free?

By Conor Gaffey 3/4/17 at 3:30 AM Newsweek Six months after her partner Andargachew Tsege was abducted at an airport in Yemen in June 2014, Yemi Hailemariam says she remembers her ...

‘BRING HIM HOME’ Family of Brit activist on death row in Ethiopia slam Foreign Office for not doing enough to save the dad-of-three

‘BRING HIM HOME’ Family of Brit activist on death row in Ethiopia slam Foreign Office for not doing enough to save the dad-of-three

By BRITTANY VONOW 24th January 2017, 11:45 AM, The Sun THE family of a Brit activist facing the death sentence in Ethiopia have slammed the Foreign Office for not doing enough to f ...

Boris Johnson urged to intervene to save Briton on death row in Ethiopia

By Owen Bowcott, Legal affairs correspondent Tuesday 3 October 2017 17.56 BSTGuardian Heads of Law Society and Bar Council ask foreign secretary to seek release of Andargachew Tsege, who was kidnapped in 2014 Boris Johnson has been urged by the heads of both branches of the legal profession to call for the release of a Briton who was abducted in Yemen and is now on death row in Ethiopia. The president of th ...

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General Election 2017: Partner of abducted Andy Tsege stands against Theresa May in Maidenhead

By James Morris 15 May 2017 09:51 Islington Gazette The partner of abducted Upper Holloway man Andy Tsege feels so hopeless about his illegal imprisonment that she has resorted to standing against the Prime Minister in next month’s general election. Yemi Hailemariam, of St John Street, is standing in Theresa May’s Maidenhead constituency. Her ultimate aim is to secure a meeting with Mrs May, nearly three ye ...

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The voices calling for Andy Tsege’s freedom on 1000th day

As Andy Tsege spent his 1,000th day illegally held on death row in Ethiopia, the Foreign Office was met with a song of protest. Gutsy Girls from Andy's kids school sang loudly a song specially penned to remember him on the day Strong Strong is our song, Andy in prison. That's so wrong. He is British. Bring him home now. One thousand days too long. They also sang "Something Inside So Strong". The protest org ...

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Will this British Citizen on Death Row in Ethiopia ever walk free?

By Conor Gaffey 3/4/17 at 3:30 AM Newsweek Six months after her partner Andargachew Tsege was abducted at an airport in Yemen in June 2014, Yemi Hailemariam says she remembers her phone ringing. It was around 8 a.m. on a Sunday morning in December 2014, six month she had last heard from her partner. “He’s on the phone and I’m like, ‘Where are you?’ He says, ‘I’m still there,’” Hailemariam, 48, tells Newswee ...

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‘BRING HIM HOME’ Family of Brit activist on death row in Ethiopia slam Foreign Office for not doing enough to save the dad-of-three

By BRITTANY VONOW 24th January 2017, 11:45 AM, The Sun THE family of a Brit activist facing the death sentence in Ethiopia have slammed the Foreign Office for not doing enough to free him after spending a third Christmas without him. Father-of-three Andargachew, known as Andy, Tsege was kidnapped in June 2014 and held in secret detention for more than a year after being sentenced to death in 2009 for being ...

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Britain must help citizens held unlawfully in foreign jails

RED BOX: COMMENT by Rt Hon Tom Brake, MP on December 21 2016, The Times This festive period, hundreds of thousands of British citizens will be travelling home to their families or going on holiday. You would expect such a trip to be uneventful: why would anything go wrong? For some British citizens however, what happened while they were abroad has turned their lives upside down in a way many of us couldn’t ...

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Andy Tsege: High Court rejects 9-year-old’s plea for UK to bring back British father kidnapped by Ethiopia

Exclusive: Father faces death sentence on terror charges 'that would not stand up in UK court' Adam Withnall Africa Correspondent |@adamwithnall |Wednesday 7 September 2016 Published on Independent The High Court has rejected the case of a nine-year-old British girl demanding Theresa May's government do more to help her father, who has been kidnapped by the Ethiopian authorities and now faces an impending d ...

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Free our dad! Children demand action at Downing Street protest

By KOOS COUVÉE Published on Islington Tribune, Friday 12th February 2016 THE family of a Holloway man being held as a political prisoner in his native Ethiopia were joined by supporters and ­ cam­paigners at a vigil in Westminster on Tuesday. They lit candles and sang Happy Birthday outside 10 Downing Street to mark the 61st birthday of father-of-three Andy Tsege, a British national and democracy campaigner ...

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US and European officials urge Ethiopia to release Andy Tsege

By Amel Ahmed Published on Al Jazeera America on August 7, 2015 1:30PM ET Politicians from the United States, United Kingdom and the European Union have sent a letter to Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn urging the release of British citizen Andargachew “Andy” Tsege, a political activist who has been held incommunicado for more than a year and has been sentenced to death. The father of three was ...

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UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention calls for Andargachew Tsege’s immediate release

UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention released an opinion on Andargachew Tsige (Tsege) 's illegal detention in Ethiopia. In the report, it concludes that the ”adequate remedy would be to release Mr Tsige and afford him adequate compensation.” The group also “call for all States to cooperate with the Working Groups to take account of its views and, where necessary, to take appropriate Steps to remedy the s ...

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The British Government Should Do All It Can to Protect Andargachew Tsege

By Dr Bharat Malkani , Lecturer and pro bono coordinator at the University of Birmingham The latest swathe of botched executions in the US has once again made headlines across the Atlantic Ocean, with British newspapers expressing outrage at the barbarity of capital punishment and the way it is administered. A particularly thoughtful piece appeared in GQ magazine, in which it was asked whether it really mat ...

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Amnesty Int’l says missing British Man at risk of torture

On 24 June 2014 Andargachew Tsige, an Ethiopian political activist, disappeared at Sana’a airport in Yemen while travelling between the United Arab Emirates and Eritrea. No official statements have been made by the Yemeni or Ethiopian authorities about Andargachew Tsige’s whereabouts, but human rights activists in Yemen told Amnesty he was seized and taken to Ethiopia the day he landed. Without confirmation ...

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Ethiopia: The Crime of Extraordinary Rendition

By Professor Alemayehu G Mariam Last week, the regime in Ethiopia announced its abduction of Andaragatchew Tsgie, General Secretary of the Ethiopian opposition group known as Ginbot 7 Movement for Justice, Freedom and Democracy, with smug delight. According to the regime, the “Ethiopian national security service coordinating with its Yemeni counterpart had detained and transferred to Ethiopia [Andaragatchew ...

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