Death Row British citizen Andy Tesge pardoned

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After four years on death row in Ethiopia, British citizen Andy Tesge has been pardoned – and could return home in days.

The father-of-three, who fled Ethiopia in the 1970s to seek asylum in the UK, had been a prominent critic of the country’s ruling party.

Sky’s Olivia Kinsley visited his family, as they prepare for his return.

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