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In a letter smuggled out of Egypt's Tora Prison over the weekend, a leading figure in the 2011 uprising who was recently jailed for protesting the current military-backed government, reported that prisoners are routinely tortured.
The two best-known members of the protest group Pussy Riot were assaulted by six men who hit them and tossed acidic liquid and green dye on their faces while cursing at them.
Saying that "the world can see that we are united with our allies," President Obama talked about efforts to lessen tensions in Ukraine but also to sanction Ukraine's pro-Russia leaders.
A woman who drove into the ocean in Florida with three children in her minivan seemed to suffer mental health issues and feared for her safety, the authorities said.
Russia Today, a government-funded English language news channel, has been rocked in recent days by two of its anchors protesting its coverage of Ukraine.
The senior diplomat sent to Ukraine’s Crimea region to assess the Russian military takeover there was threatened by armed men.
Russia officials denied on Wednesday that there were any Russian troops among the large contingent of masked men in armored vehicles with Russian military plates blockading Ukrainian military installations in Crimea.
President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia described the crisis in Ukraine as the result of an “unconstitutional coup" and reserved the right to use force as “a last resort.”
The situation in Crimea remained one of a tense standoff Monday, with Russian troops surrounding Ukrainian bases, while European Union foreign ministers prepared to meet over the crisis.
Faced with what they call misleading reports on Russian state television that ethnic-nationalist violence is sweeping Ukraine, Internet-savvy Ukrainian activists drew attention on Sunday to social media images to counter that narrat...
The Lede is following events in Ukraine and Russia on Saturday, following a unanimous vote in the upper house of the Russian Parliament approving a request from President Vladimir Putin to send a military force to Ukraine.
Times reporters are following the latests developments in Ukraine.
The Egyptian military announced last week that it had found a cure for hepatitis C and the virus that causes AIDS, but few appear convinced by the claim.
Live coverage of the crisis in Ukraine.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer responds on Twitter to the mounting pressure to veto legislation that would allow business owners to refuse service to gays and others.
Hundreds of documents found at the abandoned presidential retreat outside Kiev since Ukraine's leader fled the capital have been posted on a new site, YanukovychLeaks.
Fears of a violence were heightened by the publication and photographs of names of gay and lesbian Ugandans, with some people recalling David Kato's death in 2010.
Tell us about your experience with race on your campus with the hashtag #TellNYT.
Despite government efforts to minimize news coverage of the growing protests, residents are presenting proof on social media.
Three Russian dissidents arrested during protests in Moscow argued that images posted on social networks undermined police claims that they had resisted arrest or waved banners.