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The scene is located in the area of East Fond du Lac St. The Ripon Police Department posted a message on their Facebook page urging people to avoid the downtown and use alternate routes for travel.
AMONG the tributes to Nelson Mandela this week were those extolling his role in galvanising the global effort against HIV.
There's no telling the entirety of what went happened aboard Air Force One during the lengthy trip from Washington, D.C. to Johannesburg for former South African leader Nelson Mandela's memorial service, but one prominent passenger proved the interactions can't be all about policy and politics.
South African Jews blasted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for his controversial decision to snub Nelson Mandela's memorial service.
Ross Learmoth sings during Prime Circle's performance at the DStv delicious international food and music festival held at the Blue Hills Equestrian Estate in Kyalami over the weekend.
District of Columbia residents who were unable to walk in the snow and rain to the South African Embassy to sign the Book of Condolence to pay honor and respect to Nelson Mandela still have an opportunity to be part of history on Wednesday December 11, 2013, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mayor Vincent Gray invites District residents to sign the official ... (more)
Rep. Elijah E. Cummings is in South Africa for Nelson Mandela's memorial, but that doesn't mean he's abandoned domestic policy.
Barack Obama's election five years ago sparked audacious hopes in people around the globe - but nowhere did it stoke such outsize expectations as in Africa.
Construction of a new headquarters for the U.S. Strategic Command could run into problems if Congress does not act quickly on a stalled defense policy bill, Sen. Jim Inhofe, the top Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, warned Monday.
Thousands of South Africans filled trains and buses and headed to a soccer stadium where President Obama and other leaders from around the globe were honoring Nelson Mandela in a memorial service Tuesday.
In this file photo, Nelson Mandela stands on March 27, 1998 behind the bars of the former cell where he spent 18 of his 27 years as a political prisoner on Robben Island.
NBC's Brian Williams is anchoring his nightly newscast from South Africa early this week, covering the world's mourning for Nelson Mandela, but he won't have some of his usual company.
The high-powered traveling partners came together for a transcontinental trip to South Africa for a memorial service honoring Nelson Mandela, the former South African leader who died last week at the age of 95. The unusual manifest required some creative seating arrangements on the presidential plane.
Benjamin Netanyahu's decision stood in contrast to the mad rush by world leaders to attend the event, and seemed to underscore the embattled Israeli leader's isolation on the world stage.
While it is generally accepted within the scientific community that the ancestors of modern Homo sapiens regionally interbred with other hominins, Neanderthals and Denisovans, before their eventual extinctions, a genome analysis reveals that an enigmatic human species was also in the mix.
FILE – In this July 14, 2013 file photo, Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama seated in front of the posters of Mahatma Gandhi, right, the Buddha, center, and himself, left, addresses school children after inaugurating an auditorium at a Tibetan school in Gurupura 210 kilometers southwest of Bangalore, India.