A look at what’s coming up on the East Coast and around the world. This week, that includes new international trade numbers and a hearing on whether or not British anti-fracking protests can continue.
A look at what’s coming up on the East Coast and around the world.
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
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.
South Africa’s first black president and renowned anti-apartheid activist Nelson Mandela died Thursday at age 95.
Obama heads a soccer ball, rubber ducky replicas in China, the Palio di Siena race in Italy and more in today’s daily brief.
Protests continue in Egypt, Brazil wins FIFA Confederations Cup, bird’s eye view of the Tour de France and more in today’s daily brief.
President Obama visits Nelson Mandela in South Africa, Myanmar’s tallest man stands at 7 feet 5 inches tall, the rise of women boxers in Spain and more in today’s daily brief.
On his first official visit to South Africa, U.S. President Barack Obama met the family of ailing former South African president Nelson Mandela on Saturday. Obama had reportedly wished to meet with Mandela himself, but the anti-apartheid hero has been in critical condition in a Pretoria hospital due to a lung infection. Outside the hospital and across the country, South Africans have been praying, leaving messages and lighting candles for their ill former president.