South Africans commemorate human rights icon with song and tears while pledging to adhere to the values of unity that he embodied
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Memoirs, mostly from the 27 years he spent in prison, reveal the innermost thoughts of the international civil rights giant whose movement brought down apartheid
Military dictatorship has launched major offensive against what it calls terrorists in restive Sinai Peninsula, but the scorched-earth tactics are alienating residents, and sympathy for the extremists is on the rise
Over the next year, 40,000 American troops and hundreds of tons of equipment will leave Afghanistan. Charlie D'Agata reports on how a platoon from Fort Hood, Texas, is working to clear roads filled with explosives.
Thousands of protesters have demanded Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovich's ouster, angry about his decision to scuttle an agreement strengthening ties with Europe
U.S. veteran Mark Wise tells CBSNews.com the American team trails the Brits after first day of 208-mile race in Antarctica
Protesters in Bangkok force the closure of several government ministries and vowed to take control of state offices nationwide in a bid to oust prime minister
Six people reportedly admitted to general hospital in Pachuca and may have been exposed to a stolen source of cobalt-60
Students say Ronald Smith, who was gunned down in Benghazi, inspired them and loved their country
United States draws tough first-round group at next year's World Cup that will take them on 9,000-mile trip around Brazil
South Africa prepares memorials, state funeral for anti-apartheid leader and former president
Train launched when Mandela became president cuts through S. Africa countryside delivering low-cost medical care to rural poor
James Baker discusses being the first high-level American official to meet with Nelson Mandela after his release from prison
Former Secretary of State reflects on life and legacy of Nelson Mandela; "his spirit will live on forever in South Africa and throughout the world"
Speaking to servicemembers aboard the USS Ponce, Hagel said that despite the administration's interim nuclear deal with Iran, the U.S. military is still on standby
Terror network’s most active franchise says it was behind attack in Sanaa that left 52 people dead
Bashar Assad's government dismisses rebel claims of "poison gas" attack north of Damascus as "completely untrue"
Archbishop Emeritus asks S. Africans to honor Mandela by being "what the world had thought impossible… a South Africa united"
Prince William and Kate, 2 Mandela daughters were attending U.K. premiere of "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom"
People gather outside Mandela's suburban Johannesburg home, flock to his old haunts in Soweto
Thomas Williams was member of disgraced religious order whose founder sexually abused seminarians
Ronnie Smith, who was in Libya to teach chemistry, said in a video made for his church that his religious convictions gave him strength