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06-07-2013 10:29 BJT
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Thousands expected at state funeral
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Authorities in South Africa have admitted a mistake was made in the hiring of a sign-language interpreter for Nelson Mandela’s memorial service.
A reception was held here Thursday to mark the upcoming 50th anniversary of the establishment of China-Kenya ties, with both sides pledging to enhance cooperation in trade and investment.
Ukrainian opposition leader Arseniy Yatsenuk has given his conditions for possibly entering into negotiations with the government to end the country´s political stand-off and mass protests.
Thai caretaker PM vows to perform duties
Gao Yuanyuan attends commercial activity
U.S. Eastern snowfall brings closures
China´s rich set eyes on agri-business
Central Economic Work Conference ongoing through Friday-media reports
New discount offerings, pushing sales before year end
Jining section of the Grand Canal a decisive part
Screen Actors Guild Awards announce contenders
Kiev split over East-West economic rivalry
Mandela to be buried in Qunu on Sunday
Woolworth "flashmob" pays tribute to Mandela