British aid workers, including one from Bristol have moved back to the Libyan border post after becoming stranded and then attacked by soldiers on the border with Egypt. Sakir Yildirm from Fishponds was driving a mini-bus taking aid to Gaza.
The three people were released and the aid convoy moved back to the Libyan border post where they are appealing for help to be let out of the no-mans-land.
Keith Darkin from Montpelier, who was with Mr Yildirm has had to return to the UK for health reasons.
An aid worker from Bristol has been stranded on the border between Libya and Egypt in North Africa. The driver was travelling in a mini-bus loaded with medical and educational aid for Gaza. Concern is growing after news of assaults on some convoy members in Libya.