Today 20 December
Herald.ieActor shouted 'watch out' as debris fell on audienceHerald.ieA girl wraps herself in a blanket provided by rescue services following an incident during a performance at the Apollo Theatre, in London's Shaftesbury Avenue. Photo: AP. CASSANDRA VINOGRAD and JILL LAWLESS – 20 December 2013 02:30 PM ...Shows go on after London theater collapseCNNLondon Theaters Checked as 88 Hurt in Apollo Ceiling FallSan Francisco ChronicleApollo Theatre: West End audience shaken but unbowedBBC NewsFort Worth Star Telegram -euronews -CTV Newsall 1,481 news articles »
AFPOnline Reaction to Uganda's Antigay LegislationNew York Times (blog)That was one of the punishments for “aggravated homosexuality” contained in a law approved by the Ugandan Parliament on Friday, as my colleague Alan Cowell reported. Reaction to the legislation, which must be approved by the country's president, was ...Being gay in Uganda could lead to jail after anti-homosexuality law passedMetroUganda passes tough new bill against homosexualityStraits Times'Aggravated' by Uganda's anti-gay lawWashington Post (blog)Zee News -RT -AFPall 122 news articles »
HaaretzTurkey Jailing the Most JournalistsNew York TimesFor the second consecutive year, Turkey is imprisoning more journalists than any other country, according to a report from the Committee to Protect Journalists released Wednesday. Turkey was followed by Iran and China; the three countries account for more ...Group: Turkey Jails Most Journalists for 2nd YearTIMECPJ: Eritrea, Ethiopia, Egypt Among Worst Journalist JailersVoice of America211 journalists in world's jails in 2013 - with three countries holding mostThe Guardianall 111 news articles »
Washington PostRussia's Khodorkovsky says sought pardon, did not admit guiltReuters UKMOSCOW Dec 20 (Reuters) - Former oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky said in a statement after his release from prison on Friday that he had sought a pardon from Russian President Vladimir Putin for family reasons and did not admit guilt. (Reporting by Lidia ...After Putin pardon, Mikhail Khodorkovsky walks free, reaches GermanyZee NewsYou are here: Home»World»Europe»Merkel says 'happy' about Khodorkovsky ...Business RecorderKhodorkovsky arrives in Germany after lightning releaseBangkok PostBelfast Telegraph -Houston Chronicle -Wall Street Journalall 1,147 news articles »
Jobs & HireThai Protest Revived In Bangkok's Busy Streets [VIDEO & REPORT]Jobs & Hire(Photo : YouTube) Thai protesters took to the streets once more to build momentum against current Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. Anti-government protesters in Thailand took to the streets once more to revive their call to unseat Prime Minister Yingluck ...and more »
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