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Kremlin critic Mikhail Khodorkovsky arrived in Germany after Russian President Vladimir Putin released him Friday following more than 10 years in prison, the German Foreign Ministry said.
Khodorkovsky's son, Pavel, told CNN in a text message that he flew to Germany to meet his father.
In a statement following his release, Khodorkovsky said he asked Putin to pardon him on November 12, "and I am glad his decision was positive." He further said "the issue of admission of guilt was not raised" in the discussion.
He went on to personally thank those who followed his case and supported him and said he was "constantly thinking of those who continue to remain imprisoned."
Becky Anderson speaks to Pavel Khodorkovsky about the news his father has been granted amnesty less than a week after he told her about his doubts that the Amnesty law would result in his pardon.
Many people with tickets for shows over the busy holiday period will want to know that they are not at risk of falling victim to a similar offstage drama like the ceiling collapse that happened at the Apollo.
There are nearly 50 major theaters in the West End of London, of which 26 are at least 90 years old.
The Society of London Theatre, which represents the theater industry in the capital, sought Friday to reassure those alarmed by the events.
Becky speaks to Mark White of London's Theater Safety Committee about safety regulations and whether the incident that the Apollo theater will have a knock on effect.
It's business as usual in London's theater district after the Apollo Theatre ceiling collapse.
Becky Anderson speaks to photojournalist Paul Conroy, who worked with the late award winning journalist Marie Colvin, about the power of images in ending violence.
He talks to Becky about his fear that images, such as the ones he has taken in war zones, have lost their power to impact people.