After 102 days locked up in a Russian prison - today a freelance video journalist from Peckham was welcomed home to the cheers and tears of his family. Kieron Bryan was arrested during a protest against oil drilling in the Arctic in September.
Earlier, he and four other Brits stepped off the Eurostar at St Pancras Station - marking an end to their ordeal. In his first British television interview, Kieron told our reporter Rags Martel of his delight to be reunited with his loved ones.
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