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3 hrs ago | Hudson Hub-Times
Chagrin Arts will host the fourth and final program of its eighth season of Chautauqua-in-ChagrinTM on Aug. 12 with a presentation led by Professor Allan Boesak, the anti-apartheid leader who worked alongside Nelson Mandela.
7 hrs ago | Calgary Herald
"I believe in the Conservative values and the principles and the policies and the constitution that they have," said Ashdown, who is stepping aside as president of the Bow River Conservative riding association to run.
9 hrs ago | The Advocate
In a March primary election, Friedman beat the Texas Democratic party's preferred candidate for Texas agriculture commissioner.
13 hrs ago | Essence Magazine
When it comes to education, First Lady Michelle Obama hasn't shied away from the frontlines.
17 hrs ago | Daily Monitor
Helicopters carrying the South African flag fly over a 9-meter bronze statue of South African former president Nelson Mandela which was unveiled on December 16, 2013 on the lawns of the Union Buildings, the seat of government in Pretoria where Mandela was inaugurated as South Africa's first black president in 1994.
19 hrs ago | Iom Online
He will join culture ministers and leading arts and culture experts from around the world to discuss the importance of cultural exchange in a world that, according to a Manx government press release, 'is increasingly complex and multi-lateral'.
Choumaha , July 30: Bodh Gaya got its name because Siddhartha sat cross-legged under a peepal tree and achieved enlightenment to become Gautam Buddha.
It might not have been on the official programme of Emancipation Day activities, but the youthful T&T Steel and Brass Symphonic Orchestra's musical tribute to five international, national and community icons on July 27 provided a perfect launch pad for reflection on emancipation observances.
The IRA killed Colin Parry's son Tim in Warrington in 1993. Despite his terrible loss, Colin Parry has courageously said: "Seeking personal justice may not always sit well with the search for peace.
What a marvellous move by KwaZulu Natal Sadtu to launch a TV channel dedicated to learners and teachers.
The US was expanding an initiative to develop and train political and economic leaders in Africa, President Barack Obama said on Monday.
A mural of the Beastie Boys has gone on display where the cover art for their album Paul's Boutique was shot.
On Monday night's edition of his PBS show, Charlie Rose aired an interview with Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal that he conducted in Doha, Qatar over the weekend and Meshaal took the insane and ridiculous step of comparing himself and the Palestinian people to what Nelson Mandela and South Africa went through under apartheid.
1954 - Iran and eight Western oil companies agree to reactivate Iran's frozen oil industry, ending a three-year battle that bankrupted Iran.
On this day in 1948, the 14th Olympic Games opened at Wembley, and were to become known as the wettest ever held.
WASHINGTON:US Secretary of State John Kerry evoked the memory of anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela yesterday to press his push for a ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinians.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 09:24 pm
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