Bolshoi ballet chief heads to Germany after attack

MOSCOW (AP) — The artistic director of the Bolshoi ballet says he will fly to Germany to continue treatment following an acid attack that caused severe burns to his face and eyes.

An unidentified attacker threw sulphuric acid in Sergei Filin's face in Moscow on Jan. 17, as he was returning home from work.

Filin, who spoke Monday after checking out from a Moscow hospital where he underwent several operations, said he suspected who was behind the attack but wouldn't name any names as the probe ...

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