The family of a pilot from North Yorkshire who's been held in Africa after he was accused of mass murder say they're cautiously hopeful that he could be allowed home within days.
David Simpson was locked up in the Central African Republic without charge after he came across the massacre and reported it to the military - but was arrested himself.
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A raid of his home found cocaine, heroin, ecstasy and cannabis worth £700,000, including 11kg of cocaine "jammed" into his washing machine.
A Bill which would help relatives and friends manage the affairs and finances of missing people is to be read in the House of Commons.
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