Times of India
India diplomat says she faced cavity search in NYC
NEW DELHI (AP) — An Indian diplomat said U.S. authorities subjected her to a strip search, cavity search and DNA swabbing following her arrest on visa charges in New York City, despite her "incessant assertions of immunity." Prime Minister Manmohan ...
Protest over Indian diplomat arrested in US
India accuses US of immigration fraud, transfers Devyani to UN mission
Arrest, strip-search of Indian diplomat in New York triggers uproar
Ronnie Biggs cost taxpayer more than £600000
Ronnie Biggs is believed to have cost the British taxpayer more than £600,000 between returning from exile in Brazil and his death last night. The total bill from the Great Train Robber's imprisonment, care home costs and state pension payments comes to an ...
Ronnie Biggs, train robber, 1929-2013
UPDATE 2-"Great Train Robber" Ronnie Biggs dies aged 84
'Great Train Robber' Ronnie Biggs dies, aged 84
Russia's Gazprom may gain despite cheaper gas to Ukraine
... Print. * Ukraine deal seen political, but still may offer Gazprom economic benefits. * Gazprom may offset lower prices for Ukraine by increasing volumes. * Secret accords may give Gazprom access to Ukraine pipelines, storage, markets. * That might let ...
Ukraine to Seek European Gas Imports as Russia Offers Price Cut
Russia: Ukraine bailout benefits both economies
Ukraine's Prime Minister Hails Deal With Russia
Sky News Australia
UK Withdrawing Some Staff From South Sudan Embassy
Wall Street Journal
LONDON--The U.K. government said Wednesday that it is withdrawing some staff and dependents from its embassy in South Sudan, after recent violence in the capital Juba, and has advised British nationals against all travel to the area. "Due to reports of ...
Death toll in South Sudan violence around 500, government says
South Sudan opposition head Riek Machar denies coup bid
UK to withdraw some embassy staff from South Sudan
Russia Amnesty Law Could Free Pussy Riot, Greenpeace Activists
A recent change to a Russian amnesty law means that two members of the punk group Pussy Riot and dozens of Greenpeace activists could soon be freed. Russian parliament passed the amendment to the amnesty law on Wednesday, extending pardons to ...
Russian Amnesty Includes Greenpeace as Well as Pussy Riot
Pussy Riot, Greenpeace Activists Could Go Free After Russia Passes Amnesty
Russia adopts amnesty likely to free Pussy Riot, help Greenpeace 30