Some 350,000 people showed up for a concert expecting less then half that figure.
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There weren't immediate threats to U.S. cities.
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The Purple One will pay tribute to "those lost in the violence" and asks attendees to wear the color gray.
Online listings offer Russians cash to attend the anniversary of Crimea's 'reunification' with Russia