Carley Petesch, Associated Press | posted 10 minutes ago
A silver and blue plaque with the words "Mandela's Place" mounted on the brick wall of a small, dilapidated row house is the only recognition of the world-famous statesman who once lived there: Nelson Mandela.
Krista Larson, Associated Press | posted 22 minutes ago
France unexpectedly raised its troop deployment in Central African Republic by hundreds of soldiers on Saturday, as Christians fearing reprisal attacks sought refuge from Muslim former rebels who control the country in wake of massacres in the capital. At least 280 people have been killed in recent days _ the worst violence in the lawless country in months.
Jon Gambrell, Associated Press | posted 23 minutes ago
South Africa expects overwhelming crowds and a host of world leaders to attend services honoring late President Nelson Mandela, though with the ceremonies only days away officials acknowledged Saturday they couldn't offer any specifics yet.
Christopher Torchia, Associated Press | posted Dec 7th - 9:08am
Force of nature. Father of all nations. A messiah of our times.
Associated Press | posted Dec 7th - 7:55am
A Kenyan official says several people have been killed and injured in fighting between rival ethnic groups in the country's north.
Christopher Torchia, Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 8:24pm
What next for South Africa?
Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 3:59pm
Nelson Mandela's memorial on Tuesday at Johannesburg's FNB Stadium promises to be one of the largest such gatherings in generations.
Krista Larson and Lori Hinnant, Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 3:37pm
Thousands of Christian civilians sought refuge at an airport guarded by French soldiers Friday, fleeing from the mostly Muslim ex-rebels with machetes and guns who rule the country a day after the worst violence to hit the chaotic capital in nine months.
The Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 1:59pm
Mourners sing and dance outside Nelson Mandela's old house in Johannesburg. In Pakistan, children gather around his portrait holding candles. Well-wishers leave flowers outside South African diplomatic missions in Beijing and New York.
Greg Myre, Associated Press | posted Dec 6th - 1:44pm
EDITOR'S NOTE _ On Feb. 11, 1990, AP reporter Greg Myre was in Cape Town when Nelson Mandela was released from prison after 27 years. Mandela walked out of Victor Verster prison hand-in-hand with his then wife, Winnie, as people worldwide rejoiced. The momentous event rivaled the fall of the Berlin Wall just a few months earlier as a symbol of newfound freedom. Twenty-three years after its original publication, the AP is making this story available to its subscribers.
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