A pilot who claims he discovered a massacre while working in Africa, has been been charged with their murders. Eighteen people were killed in the Central African Republic in March.
David Simpson, from north Yorkshire, seen here on the left, had been working there for two years. He says the killings look like an attack by local rebels. But he was held in jail for over a month after alerting authorities. Mr Simpson could face the death penalty if found guilty.
The family of a man imprisoned in an African jail says the British Government is not doing enough to help.
His family says he went for a drink and found bodies with machete wounds. But now he is being held in an African prison.