The past week had some greatly significant moments in world history, including the resignation of President Richard Nixon, the bombing of Hiroshima, Japan and the jailing of Nelson Mandela. Those stories and more in the latest edition of This week in history…
The day in photos from around the world.
The day in pictures around the world.
Two artists are drawing controversy after they placing a tiny rabbit inside the ear of a 30-foot bronze statue of Nelson Mandela to serve as a “small trademark” for their work.
South Africa buried Nelson Mandela on Sunday, leaving the multi-racial democracy he founded without its living inspiration and still striving for the “Rainbow Nation” ideal of shared prosperity he had dreamed of. More
Dec. 13 Daily Brief: Bidding farewell to Mandela, protests in Kiev, opening ceremonies for swimming championships
South Africans bid farewell to Nelson Mandela, protesters guard a barricade on Independence Square in Kiev, opening ceremonies are held for the Len European Short Course Swimming Championships in Herning, Denmark, and more in today’s daily brief.
Dec. 12 Daily Brief: Santa skates by the Eiffel Tower, Vienna ballet, a baby the size of a palm and cold flamingos
Flamingos huddled during snowfall, a rainbow over the Union Building, flute playing at a temple and more in today’s daily brief.
Dec. 11 Daily Brief: Swimming Santa, snow in Syria, protests in Ukraine, London fog, Mandela funeral moves to Pretoria, showgirl Danica Patrick
Swimming Santa, snow in Syria, protests in Ukraine, London fog, Mandela funeral moves to Pretoria, showgirl Danica Patrick and more in today’s daily brief.
Dec. 10 Daily Brief: International Human Rights Day, Nelson Mandela’s memorial service and a lot of snow
Groups around the world mark International Human Rights Day, Egyptian students clash with security forces, Nelson Mandela’s memorial service is held in Johannesburg, and more in today’s daily brief.
Tens of thousands of mourners gathered at Johannesburg’s Soccer City Stadium to pay their respects at a memorial service for fallen South African leader Nelson Mandela. They were joined by about 100 World leaders, including U.S. President Barack Obama, who spoke of Mandela’s legacy.