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Obama fires from Mandela’s shoulder at poverty sceptics and despots

President Barack Obama travelled halfway around the world today to deliver a message he hoped would be heard by his political opponents back home, and some US rivals abroad and in the audience....   | Read..

Clasp need not shake world

For sure it’s just what Mandela would have wanted, but does it amount to more than that?...   | Read..

Kalmadi crowd curse falls on Zuma

South African President Jacob Zuma was booed and jeered at the memorial to anti-apartheid legend Nelson Mandela today, a major public humiliation in front of other world lead...   | Read..

Mukherjee takes Calcutta welcome to global stage

Calcutta’s welcome to Nelson Mandela in 1990 stood shoulder to shoulder with similar tributes to the anti-apartheid icon from across the world today, as President P...   | Read..

Riot glare on Singapore workers

Singapore’s first major riot in four decades is forcing the wealthy island to confront a stubborn but vexing question: how to treat low-paid foreign workers whose muscl...   | Read..

China tied to spying on European envoys

Computer breaches at the foreign ministries of the Czech Republic, Portugal, Bulgaria, Latvia and Hungary have been traced to Chinese hackers....   | Read..
President Barack Obama shakes hands with Cuban President Raul Castro at a memorial for Mandela in Johannesburg on Tuesday, an unprecedented gesture between the leaders of two nations that have been at loggerheads with each other. (Reuters)
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Sound of Music actress dead

Eleanor Parker, who was nominated three times for a best-actress Oscar but whose best-known role wa...   | Read..

Bangla court stays Mollah execution

A Bangladeshi court tonight granted a last minute reprieve to senior Jamaat-e-Islami leader Abdul Q...   | Read..
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