A British man fighting for Ukraine held as a prisoner of war by Russian soldiers has been pictured for the first time since his capture.
A pro-Donetsk People’s Republic Telegram account has shared a snap of heroic Aiden Aslin who risked his life to defend the country from Vladimir Putin’s forces.
Aiden, who goes by the name “Johnny”, quit his job as a caseworker to join the Ukrainian marines in 2018.
A new photograph of the 27-year-old, taken in an unknown location, shows him in a beaten state in handcuffs as he raises his arms to reveal the handcuffs keeping his wrists tied.
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