Britons released from Russia meet their families after months in captivity

Pro-Russia separatists had held the prisoners, and it was feared they would be executed for fighting for Ukraine

The five Britons released from Russia overnight are meeting their families after several months of captivity in which it was feared they would be executed for fighting for Ukraine.

Shaun Pinner, who was released alongside Aiden Aslin, was pictured with his family in a hotel room this morning by his mother, Debbie Price, who thanked “all the amazing people” who made his release possible.

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The Guardian

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