Thousands of Protesters in Ukraine Demand Leader’s Resignation


KIEV, Ukraine — More than 100,000 people took to the streets of Kiev on Sunday, and thousands more rallied in other cities across Ukraine, to demand the resignation of President Viktor F. Yanukovich, the largest outpouring of fury so far over his refusal to sign far-reaching political and trade accords with the European Union. Connect With Us on Twitter Follow @nytimesworld for international breaking news and headlines. Twitter List: Reporters and Editors Speakers at the rally in Kiev said that protests — now in their 11th day — would continue until Mr. Yanukovich was toppled and new elections were called. “I want the authorities to know that this is not a protest; this is a revolution!”…

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Paul Walker Dead: Autopsy Delayed As Body Is ‘Unidentifiable’ – Latin Times

Paul Walker Dead: Autopsy Delayed As Body Is ‘Unidentifiable’Latin TimesPaul Walker’s sudden death in a car accident has rocked the entertainment world. Now TMZ is reporting that his body was burned so badly in the car accident that it is ‘unidentifiable.’ A rep for the L.A. county coroner told the […]