Since January 2013, Ali Adorus, a 33 year-old Londoner, has been detained in some of the worst Ethiopian prisons.
After being brutally tortured by Ethiopian forces, he gave a false confession which now serves a basis to try him on terrorism-related charges which carry the death penalty.
However, his health is the immediate concern. He has a kidney condition that has worsened since his detention; it is feared that this signals the return of his cancer.
British authorities are said to have done little to ensure he is treated humanely.
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