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Obama warns Russia, says military intervention in Ukraine will lead to ‘costs’

We are now deeply concerned by reports of military movements taken by the Russian Federation inside of Ukraine, says Barak Obama.


India back in Olympic fold as IOC revokes IOA’s suspension

The IOC lifted the 14-month old ban on India after the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) barred charge-framed officials from its fresh election held on Sunday.

A passenger from the hijacked aircraft talks to the media in Istanbul late Friday.	(Reuters)

Sochi hijack attempt over Ukraine prisoners

The crew tricked him and landed the plane in Istanbul instead where he was subdued by security officers who sneaked on board.


Ooops! An opening problem

Gala ceremony, barring minor glitch, gets focus back on Winter Games from politics, protests.

Cool Runnings 2.0 in Sochi

The loaning of equipment is reminiscent of the 1993 hit film starring John Candy based on the exploits of Jamaica’s four-man team which competed at the 1988 Calgary Games.

Andreevna Mariya Smorodskaya

US warships off to Black Sea before Olympics begin

The first of two American warships heading into the Black Sea in advance of the Olympic Games has sailed from Italy.


Athletes may be punished for political statements on podium

Russia has caused considerable controversy with a recent anti-gay propaganda law.


Russians study Islamic video threatening Sochi Winter Olympics

Video posted by Islamic militant group takes responsibility for suicide bombings and threaten to strike Sochi Winter Olympics.

The Volgograd warning

There’s more to the terrorist threat to the Sochi Olympics in Russia than Chechen nationalism.

Sports bar: Bombings spark Sochi concerns

Bombings in Russia serve as a chilling reminder of what the Winter Olympics represent to terrorists

New Russia anti-terror law makes terrorists’ relatives liable

The move comes as Russia is preparing to host the Winter Olympics in Sochi in February.


Wife of Russian militant bombs bus,kills at least six,injures 30

Suspect named as 30-year-old Naida Asiyalova


Speedbump at the start for Thomas Bach with Sochi,Rio questions

New IOC President Thomas Bach will be tested quickly by two troublesome Olympics.

Isinbayeva may face action for anti-gay remarks

The Russian,who won the world title in Moscow in August,caused a major stir with her comments about homosexuality.

Sochi 2014: Searching Snow

Even as large parts of Russia,Europe,China and the US reel under an icy white spring,Sochi,the Russian city hosting the 2014 winter Olympics,is preparing for a possible snow shortage