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Nelson Mandela Dead: Icon of Anti-Apartheid Movement Dies at 95
Nelson Mandela, the former South African president whose stubborn defiance survived 27 years in prison and led to the dismantling of the country's racist and brutal apartheid system, has died. Mandela was 95 years old. Mandela had a number of issues with
What Did the Mandela Interpreter Really Sign?
Jimmy Kimmel has a sign language interpreter make sense of gestures from Tuesday's memorial.
South Africa's Move on ICC Raises Concerns of African Exodus
South Africa's move to leave International Criminal Court raises concerns of African exodus
Mozambican Leader Killed in 1986 Plane Crash Is Remembered
South Africa is hosting a commemoration 30 years after the death of Mozambican President Samora Machel, who was killed in a mysterious plane crash just inside the border of South Africa when it was under white minority rule
The Latest: India's Modi Hosts Dinner for BRICS Leaders
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is hosting an official dinner for the heads of state who have arrived in the coastal state of Goa to attend a meeting of the five BRICS emerging market countries
'Enthusiasm Unknown to Mankind' shows Harbaugh, Michigan in different light
No one outside of Jim Harbaugh's family and coaching staff had more face time with the Michigan head coach during his first year on the job than Pulitzer-winning photographer David Turnley. Turnley's nearly four decades as a professional photographer have sent him all over the world. He has heard
Mandela's African National Congress Party Suffers Worst Setback Since Apartheid Ended
South Africa’s ruling party is suffering its worst electoral setback since it ended apartheid under Nelson Mandela more than two decades ago. Voters are expressing discontent over the country's unemployment rate and recent corruption scandals. As of Friday afternoon, with more than 99 percent of
'Scandal' Star Supports Hillary Clinton at DNC
Actor Tony Goldwyn plays the president on TV, but in real life he's "with her."
Prince Harry, Elton John Join Forces at International AIDS Conference
Prince Harry today implored his generation to take leadership in the battle against HIV , just like his late mother, Princess Diana , did 25 years ago. Harry made the call in a speech at the 2016 International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa, where he was joined by Sir Elton John . “When my
This one's for you, Baylor boosters who want Art Briles back
Baylor interim president David Garland acknowledged this week that a few key donors have called for the reinstatement of Art Briles . What in the great hell could those boosters be thinking? Let's imagine what such an appeal might look like. Dear Baylor Board of Regents, Look, we took all that