Julie Pace, Associated Press | posted 2 minutes ago
President Barack Obama has shaken hands with Cuban President Raul Castro at a memorial service for former South African President Nelson Mandela.
Julie Pace, Associated Press | posted 3 minutes ago
President Barack Obama says Nelson Mandela earned his place in history through struggle, shrewdness, persistence and faith.
Andrew Meldrum, Associated Press | posted 19 minutes ago
A half-century ago Nelson Mandela was taken as a prisoner to Robben Island, 11 kilometers (seven miles) across the bay from Cape Town, where he would begin serving a life sentence for plotting to overthrow South Africa's racist apartheid system.
The Associated Press | posted 28 minutes ago
World leaders, family, friends and thousands of mourners who queued for hours to secure a seat in Johannesburg's FNB stadium paid tribute to South Africa's anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela.
Jon Gambrell and Alan Clendenning, Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 3:39am
World leaders and joyous, singing South Africans gathered Tuesday to honor Nelson Mandela at a Soweto soccer stadium that was two-thirds full amid cold, driving rain.
The Associated Press | posted Dec 10th - 3:07am
Dozens of foreign leaders were expected to arrive Tuesday for the memorial service honoring former South African President Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg's FNB stadium.
Michelle Faul, Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 5:35pm
My mother was furious. The operators of the gas station in rural, racist South Africa had taken her money to fill the car, but would not give her the key to the toilets. They were for whites only.
Krista Larson, Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 1:35pm
Dozens of young men stood waiting for storm clouds to pass, as wind stirred up swirls of red dust on the largely deserted street in Central African Republic's capital. Through the drizzle, they spotted a man in a flowing white robe traditionally worn by Muslims, hand-in-hand with his adolescent son.
Alan Clendenning and Jeffrey Schaeffer, Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 1:11pm
Along a street lined with walled mansions shaded by graceful jacaranda trees, mourners, black and white, by the thousands rubbed shoulders Monday outside the villa where Nelson Mandela died, placing flower bouquets and condolence notes on top of piles already knee-high. Others danced while singing praise for the anti-apartheid leader _ a vivid example of the "Rainbow Nation" unity of race-blind multiculturalism championed by Mandela for South Africa.
Jon Gambrell, Associated Press | posted Dec 9th - 12:22pm
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Monday that the group of world leaders brought together by Nelson Mandela will continue its work.
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