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Hostage Judith Tebbutt's grief at husband's death

British hostage Judith Tebbutt, who has been released after more than six months in captivity in Somalia, has spoken of her sadness at the killing of her husband David by an armed gang.

The couple were attacked by six men at a resort on the Kenyan coast in September 2011. Mr Tebbutt was shot dead and his wife was held hostage.

Speaking after her release, Mrs Tebbutt said she was ''extremely sad'' at losing her husband in ''horrible'' circumstances.

However she added that she could not wait to see her son Oliver.

  • 21 Mar 2012
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