Violence erupts in the heart of one of Eastern Europe's major cities. Ukrainian security forces moved in against protesters in the capital of Kiev. Anderson discussed the developing situation with Phil Black in Kiev along with former CNN correspondent Jill Dougherty who is now a fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
They are known as “black widows”—a type of terrorist that’s emerged in Russia’s clashes with Chechen separatists. Women whose husbands were killed in the fighting, who are bent on avenging their deaths.
There are reports that at least one "black widow" may now be in Sochi. Police have handed out fliers at area hotels warning workers to be on the lookout for her. The development is fueling concerns over safety at the Winter Games. Phil Black has the latest.
Paula Newtown has more on the "black widows."
The Winter Olympics are just two weeks away and security concerns are growing. Authorities now fear the widow of an Islamist militant – a so-called “Black Widow” - is plotting to target the Sochi Games.
This follows a videotaped terror threat that spread across the internet this weekend and recent bombings that killed dozens of people at one of the main transportation hubs travelers use to get to Sochi. Phil Black has the latest.
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