The Telegraph
Saturday , February 1 , 2014

I was tortured, says missing Ukraine activist

Police today opened an investigation into the kidnapping of an Opposition activist, who said he was held captive for more than a week and tortured, in the latest in a string of mysterious attacks on anti-government protesters in the two-month-long political crisis....   | Read..

Radiation fear in UK

Britain’s Sellafield nuclear fuel reprocessing plant said today it had detected higher than usual levels of radiation and ordered all non-essential staff to stay at hom...   | Read..

Court issues new arrest warrant for Musharraf

A Pakistani special court conducting Prevez Musharraf’s treason trial issued a bailable arrest warrant for the former dictator.       &nb...   | Read..

Kiev amnesty

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich today signed into law a conditional amnesty for those detained in mass unrest on the streets and approved the repeal of anti-protest leg...   | Read..
16 months adrift, man finds land
Shipwrecked man washes up on Pacific atoll “after spending 16 months adrift, floating over 12,874kmfrom Mexico”....   | Read..

Vodka to blame for Russia men death risk

Russian men who down large amounts of vodka — and too many do — have an “extraordinarily” high risk of an early death, a new study says....   | Read..

You have lots of mail, Pope Francis

He’s nowhere near Santa Claus yet, but Pope Francis gets so much mail that the tiny office that deals with it is swamped and working overtime....   | Read..

Dmytro Bulatov speaks to journalists after he was found outside Kiev. (Reuters)
I was tortured, says missing Ukraine activist

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