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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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 ...

Fundraiser for Free Andy Tsege Campaign: Laugh for Freedom

Fundraiser for Free Andy Tsege Campaign: Laugh for Freedom

Come along to Laugh for Freedom in support of the reversal of this local and international human rights injustice. Buy Ticket Please join us for an evening of stand-up comedy in ai ...

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 ...

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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UK Parliamentarians debate Andy Tsege’s case

UK Parliamentarians debate "Andy Tsege and other British Nationals imprisoned abroad". The debate which was on Tuesday 20 December 2016 9.30am -11.00 am in Westminster Hall was secured by Rt Hon Tom Brake MP, Lib Dem Foreign Affairs Spokesman d Chief Whip. Many MPs clearly stated that what has happened to UK national Andy Tsege was unacceptable and illegal. ...

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PM defends FCO over death-row Brit, amid criticisms

Reprieve Press Release - 6th July 2016 The Prime Minister has told MPs that he is “working with” the Ethiopian government to “resolve” the case of a British man who was kidnapped by Ethiopian forces and rendered to the country’s death row over two years ago. Andargachew ‘Andy’ Tsege – a father of three from London who is active in Ethiopian opposition politics – was abducted at an airport on 23rd June 2014 ...

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Helawit Hailemariam, daughter of detained British national Andy Tsege, wins Liberty Young Person Award 2015

Helawit, aged 16, has won the prestigious Christine Jackson Young Person Award at the Liberty Human Rights Awards 2015 for her work in co-developing the play “Ask” along with four of her close friends at the Islington Community Theatre. The play forms part of Helawit’s family’s campaign to pressure the British Government to ask for the release of her father, democracy activist Andargachew Tsege, who is bein ...

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Barack Obama in AU

Barack Obama speaking at the AU, speaking directly to Ethiopian government stating that if you are suppressing journalists, activists and crack down on civil society then "you only have democracy in name only but not substance". MayaFoa of Reprieve discussing AndyTsege, a British man abducted in Yemen and is held in an unknown prison Ethiopia. ...

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Andargachew’s Birthday @ Downing Street 9th February 2015

Andy Tsege spent his 60th birthday in secret detention in Ethiopia. On his birthday, with Jeremy Corbyn MP, we presented a petition to Downing Street demanding action by the British government to secure his release. Even though Andy is locked away from his family, we wanted it to be a celebration – so we had birthday cake and balloons outside Downing Street. The children from our kid’s school even came to s ...

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Radio 4 Today programme discussing Andy’s case

Broadcast 31 January 2015 on BBC Radio 4 Today program Andargachew 'Andy' Tsege, a father of three from London and a prominent critic of the Ethiopian government, has been held in a secret location in Ethiopia since his kidnap at an airport in Yemen in June 2014. Now, the authorities in the country have broadcast a video of him, in which he appears to deny recent media reports that he has been tortured. Yem ...

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London man Andargachew Tsege faces death penalty in Ethiopia

BBC News: 17 November 2014 The family of a north London man who is facing the death penalty in Ethiopia has said the government should be doing more to help get him home. Andy Tsege, from Islington, who opposes the Ethiopian authorities, was seized in June and has been in solitary confinement ever since, his family says. The Foreign Office says he is not being held "illegally". BBC London's Charlotte Franks ...

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