Briton Aiden Aslin among 10 ‘prisoners of war’ released by Russian authorities

Five UK and two US foreign fighters captured in Ukraine among 10 freed after Saudi Arabia’s intervention

A Briton who was threatened with execution after being captured by Russian forces during the siege of Mariupol has been released with nine other international prisoners following the intervention of Saudi Arabia.

Aiden Aslin and “the other British prisoners of war held captive by the Russian authorities” were already on their way back to the UK, said Aslin’s MP, Robert Jenrick, being flown first from Russia to Saudi Arabia.

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The Guardian

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