Apollo Theatre: Ceiling collapses during show in London
Seventy-six people have been injured, seven seriously, after part of a ceiling in London's Apollo Theatre collapsed during a show, police say. The venue in Shaftesbury Avenue was packed for a performance of The Curious Incident Of The Dog in the ...
London Theater Collapse Causes Injuries During Sold-Out Show
London Theater Partially Collapses During Performance
More than 75 injured as ceiling of London theatre partially collapses on packed ...
Pussy Riot members freed from prison
Pussy Riot members Nadya Tolokonnikova, 24, and Maria Alekhina, 25, were released from prison, three months before their scheduled release, according to Reuters. The two women and fellow band member Yekaterina Samutsevich were arrested for ...
Russian Amnesty Likely To Free Greenpeace Activists, Pussy Riot Members
Russian amnesty to benefit Pussy Riot, Greenpeace 30
Amnesty deal to free jailed members of anti-Putin punk band
Africa Union Mediates South Sudan Fight as UN Base Attacked (3)
A United Nations base in South Sudan was attacked as African ministers visited the country to pursue a political solution to broadening conflict in the nation, which gained independence two years ago. South Sudan's government lost control of Bor, the capital ...
American Troops Sent to South Sudan
Oil key to South Sudan's fledgling relationship with China
Americans, British evacuated from South Sudan as violence spreads
Putin Says Surveillance Programs Are 'a Necessity'
Wall Street Journal
MOSCOW—Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday defended the kind of secret surveillance programs that Edward Snowden exposed in the U.S. as a "necessity," but called the former National Security Agency contractor's efforts to reveal them a ...
Vladimir Putin says he'll free longtime foe Mikhail Khodorkovsky
Snooping must to fight terror, I envy Obama, says Putin
Putin to pardon jailed tycoon Khodorkovsky
Ukraine Move Threatens European Nuclear, Gas Efforts
Wall Street Journal
As Western efforts to bring Ukraine into the European fold are stalling, the country's pivot toward Russia looks to be undermining its own multiyear efforts to secure European nuclear-fuel and natural-gas supplies. Ukraine, which uses Swedish-made nuclear ...
Putin's Press Uses Signs, Teddy Bears and a Yeti to Get His Attention
Ukrainian leader slams West, tilts toward Russia
Yanukovych: West Should Stay Out of Ukraine Crisis