A Russian court issued an arrest warrant for a Ukrainian politician Wednesday on terrorism charges. Dmitro Yarosh is running for president of Ukraine on the "Right Sector" ticket. The Right Sector provided some real muscle during the recent Ukrainian revolution.
Six years ago, derivatives trader Jerome Kerviel made some bad trades — very bad trades that cost his bank nearly $7 billion. Now he faces prison and perhaps paying it back. So he's decided to take a long walk, from Rome to Paris.
It's somewhat surprising that Russians are turning out in such numbers to see the Paralympics in Sochi. Even five years ago, that probably wouldn't have been the case, a disability rights advocate says. Russia's disabled have to be "everyday paralympians" just to get around.
70 years ago, Ella Weissberger stood on stage as a cat in the first performances of the children's opera Brundibar. The stage was in a Nazi concentration camp and she was a prisoner. Weissberger still attends performances and shared her story with The World's Nina Porzucki.
Berkin Elvan was on an errand when he was caught in a government crackdown on widespread street protests last summer. Tuesday, he died of his injuries — and that reignited the anger of thousands in Istanbul and around the country against Turkey's prime minister and his government.
Chicago fishmonger Dirk Fucik has come up with a unique way to tackle America's Asian carp problem. The invasive species, introduced to the US back in the 1970s, has taken over many rivers and lakes in the American Midwest. Fucik has a plan though. Catch them, clean them, grind them and eat them. That's right — carp burgers.