Today 08 December
BDliveWorld leaders converge on SA for Mandela memorial serviceBDliveAT LEAST 53 heads of state, including US President Barack Obama, as well as numerous representatives of international and multilateral organisations, will attend this week's national memorial service for former president Nelson Mandela, International ...South Africa Expands Mandela Memorials on Flood of Well-WishersBusinessweekSouth Africans Offer Prayers for MadibaVoice of AmericaSouth Africa grapples with deep structural challengesFinancial TimesIndependent Online -The Seattle Times (blog) -National Postall 18,068 news articles »
Financial PostBali trade agreement cuts red tape for NZ exporters, says forumNew Zealand HeraldA new international trade agreement is good news for exporters whose products are held up at borders but will make little difference for consumers, experts say. Trade Minister Tim Groser said the WTO Bali package approved by 159 ministers in Indonesia ...President Obama salutes WTO, says small businesses are big winnersPoliticoCountry to benefit from landmark WTO dealBusinessWorld Online EditionObama welcomes landmark WTO trade agreementZee NewsUSA TODAYall 380 news articles »
Washington PostUkraine protesters keep up the pressure on President YanukovychDeutsche WelleTens of thousands of people have again demonstrated in Kyiv to demand the resignation of the country's president. Some also toppled a statue of Vladimir Lenin in the Ukrainian capital. Toppled Lenin statue. The toppling of the statue of the Russian ...Ukraine protesters topple Lenin statue in KievTelegraph.co.ukStatue of Lenin torn down in Kiev amid huge pro-EU protest in UkraineThe IndependentUkraine security services investigate opposition for coup plottingFinancial TimesIrish Times -Tehran Times -NPR (blog)all 560 news articles »
Sky News AustraliaMandela family speaks of 'grave sadness'Sky News AustraliaUpdated: 05:16, Sunday December 8, 2013. Mandela family speaks of 'grave sadness'. Nelson Mandela's family has spoken of their sadness at losing a humble, caring man they said was a moral guide not only for their clan but for people around the world.Family: We have lost a great manBelfast TelegraphMandela's family issues first statement since leader's deathThe Globe and Mailall 113 news articles »
Washington PostJailed Islamist women to go free, Egyptian court rulesToronto Sunpro-Islamist protest Women, who were found guilty of obstructing traffic during a pro-Islamist protest in October, gesture during their appeal hearing at a court in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, 230 km (143 miles) north of Cairo December 7, 2013.Egypt court reduces heavy sentences against Islamist women protestersThe ProvinceEgypt courts order 21 women, girl protesters freedKhaleej TimesEgypt's police, ousted Morsi supporters clashHouston Chronicleall 357 news articles »
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