Nicholas Davies-Jones
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Journalist Nicholas Davies-Jones speaks of Libya ordeal

One of two British journalists held captive in Libya has spoken to the BBC about his ordeal.

Nicholas Davies-Jones, from Berkshire, and his colleague Gareth Montgomery-Johnson, from Carmarthen, were labelled "spies" after a militia in Libya confused the Welsh language on their equipment with Hebrew.

Mr Davies-Jones, from Wokingham, was picked up by the Misrata Brigade in Tripoli who accused him of being an Israeli spy.