Mandela memorial translator says he saw 'angels'
Thamsanqa Jantjie the man who accused of faking sign interpretation at Nelson Mandela's memorial service said that he saw "angels" at the event.
Jamaican stowaway arrested in Florida, charged with ganja possession
A stowaway from Jamaica was arrested after US authorities found him with nearly four pounds of marijuana on an inbound cargo ship at the Port of Tampa, Florida.
PHOTOS: World leaders, family view Mandela's body
World leaders paid their last respects to South Africa's first black president, Nelson Mandela, today in Pretoria, South Africa.
Obama shakes hands with Cuba's Raul Castro at Mandela memorial
Obama greeted Castro on the way to the podium, underscoring a recent warming of relations between Cuba and the U.S.
South Africa, world leaders honour Mandela in pouring rain
South Africans joined by world leaders honoured Nelson Mandela today at a Soweto soccer stadium that was two-thirds full amid cold, driving rain.
South Africans pray for Mandela
At the Regina Mundi Church that was near the epicenter of the Soweto township uprising in 1976 against white rule, Father Sebastian J. Rossouw described Mandela as "moonlight".
WTO meeting in Indonesia yields major boost for poorest countries
Government ministers from 159 countries who are now attending a meeting of the World Trade Organisation, in Indonesia have reached a deal that is being hailed as a major boost for global trade.
Dancing, singing dominate Mandela vigils across South Africa
In South Africa, vigils are continuing as thousands mourn the death of the former leader, Nelson Mandela.
Widespread UK, Irish Republic flight delays
Numerous flights have been delayed across the United Kingdom and in the Irish Republic because of a fault at an air traffic control centre.
Pope sets up child abuse committee
Pope Francis is to set up a Vatican committee to fight sexual abuse of children in the Catholic Church and offer help to victims.