http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8029787.stmA pregnant British woman faces death by firing squad if she is convicted of smuggling drugs at a trial in Laos, campaigners have said.
Prosecutors claim Samantha Orobator, 20, was in possession of 1.5lb (680g) of heroin when she was arrested at Wattay airport in Laos in August.
Legal charity Reprieve has called on the UK government to intervene with the Laotian authorities on her behalf.
The Foreign Office says it is "paying close attention to her welfare".
Miss Orobator, from London, has been held since her arrest at Phonthong prison in the south east Asian country. She became pregnant in the prison in December and is due to give birth in September.
In Laos, anyone caught with more than 1lb (500g) of heroin faces a mandatory death sentence.
Will they execute her and the baby who wasn't even conceived at the time of the alleged crime?
And if acquitted, "We hope you enjoyed your stay in Laos." ?