A community leader jailed in Bangladesh for two months has spoken of his delight at being reunited with his family after he was released from prison.
Mojid Khan, from Sheffield, says he endured appalling conditions in prison after he was arrested when a business deal went sour.
He was charged with crimes including car fraud and extortion. All charges have now been dropped. His release follows a campaign by his family in South Yorkshire.
Martin Fisher has more:
A community leader from Sheffield is celebrating after he was released from a Bangladeshi jail last week.
Mojid Khan had been imprisoned for two months in Bangladesh along with two other British citizens.
Mr Khan had travelled to country to invest in a luxury five star hotel and was arrested for a series of crimes he and his family insist he didn't commit:
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Myleene Klass is supporting the Save the Children project.
A midwife from Leeds is part of a team fundraising to build maternity clinics in Bangladesh.
Singer Myleene Klass is backing the Save the Children campaign.
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