Global Week in Review: Muslims Celebrate End of Ramadan Worldwide

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  • U.S. Extends Embassy Closures
  • Uruguay Starts Marrying Gay Couples
  • South African City Apologizes for Mandela Bill
  • Former Turkish Military Chief Receives Life Sentence for Coup Plot
  • Egypt’s Brotherhood Leader Rejects Appeal to Negotiate
  • Economic Crisis Displaces Spanish Bullfighters in Peru
  • Myanmar’s Punk Rockers Scream Out Against Religious Intolerance
  • Dairy Exporter Finds Contaminated Products
  • Political Protests in Burkina Faso
  • Where’s the Beef? In the Laboratory
  • Supporters of Zimbabwe’s Opposition Party Said They Were Attacked
  • Study Raises Concerns of West Germany Cheating in Sports
  • Pedophile’s Pardon Revoked by Morocco’s King
  • Honduras’ Prison Is Under Military Security
  • Mali Begins a Second Round of Presidential Votes
  • Anti-Misogyny Protest on Twitter Sparks Debate
  • Happy Eid al-Fitr!
  • Drone Kills Six al-Qaida Militants in Yemen
  • Desmond Tutu Gets Burgled
  • Zimbabwe Election Panel Acknowledges Slip-ups
  • Major Fraud Case Emerges From Jamaica Teachers Union
  • Rwanda Refuses to Immediately Extradite Wanted Congo Rebels
  • Afghan President Calls for Ceasefire as Bomb Kills 14

South African City Apologizes for Mandela Bill

The city of Johannesburg had some explaining to do when a notice demanding $650 for utilities services was incorrectly sent to the home of ailing former South African president Nelson Mandela, who has been hospitalized since June 8. The city apologized on Monday for the mix up, claiming the bill was meant for another customer.  

(Photo: THOMAS MUKOYA/LANDOV)

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