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The beginning of an end

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Yet another instance of promises not kept

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Mandela and his legacy

Former South African president Nelson Mandela holds a symbolic millennium candle through the bars of the prison cell he occupied for 27 years on Robben Island, December 31, 1999. — Reuters/Files
Let the aspirant leaders of our time learn a thing or two from this wise man — adoringly called ‘Madiba’ (meaning: one of the great forces for freedom and equality of our time) by his people — who sacrificed so much for the sake of his people, for the sake... Full story

Putin’s (un)happy new year

RUSSIAN president Vladimir Putin has bid farewell to 2013 with his state of the nation address, followed closely by his annual 4-plus-hour marathon news conference. He even managed to appear magnanimous, notably in... Full story


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