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September 17th, 2014
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Archive: News / World / Africa (9 Stories)

Correction: Mandela Quotes story

12/09/2013 3:59am
In a story Dec. 8 about quotes from sermons on Nelson Mandela, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Qunu was Nelson Mandela's birthplace. Mandela's birthplace was Mvezo, a few miles away from Qunu. A corrected version of the story is below:

AP reporter's quest to find bodies ends in desert

12/09/2013 4:12am
Across the desert, the wind combs the sand into smooth ripples that roll out evenly for miles. So when a hole is dug, you see it immediately. The sand looks agitated. Its pattern is disturbed.

AP finds bodies of 6 after ethnic killings in Mali

12/09/2013 4:21am
The body of an old man known as The Last Arab of Timbuktu, the symbol of ethnic minority Arabs who died or disappeared in a backlash against the al-Qaida occupation, has been found buried in the desert.

S. Africa delays report on leader's home upgrades

12/09/2013 8:04am
The South African government says it is postponing the release of a report on controversial security upgrades to President Jacob Zuma's private home because of the death of anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela.

Mandela memorial 1 of largest in generations

12/09/2013 11:27am
Nearly 100 foreign leaders and tens of thousands of South Africans are expected to gather at a Soweto soccer stadium Tuesday to pay their last respects to former President Nelson Mandela, making the memorial service one of the largest and most prominent such gatherings in generations.

Look at world leaders speaking at Mandela memorial

12/09/2013 11:43am
The memorial service Tuesday for Nelson Mandela will feature tributes by some of the anti-apartheid icon's family members and foreign leaders, including U.S. President Barack Obama and United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

Carter, Annan: Mandela group will continue work

12/09/2013 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.

'Rainbow Nation' mourners swarm Mandela's mansion

12/09/2013 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.

Recalling life under apartheid in South Africa

12/09/2013 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.
 
   
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