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Retired archbishop is being treated for a persistent infection.
Toni Braxton, Nick Cannon and others celebrate this week.
Her unwavering love for Muhammad Ali is a lesson all the world can learn from.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu told a newspaper that he is "glad" Mandela is not alive, so that he and other deceased South Africans cannot see the current state of South Africa.
Desmond Tutu, Prince Harry and others gather to remember Nelson Mandela in London; UN expert says cholera victims in Haiti should be compensated; plus more global news.
Uganda has joined the list of African countries with harsh and inhumane laws on the treatment of gay citizens.
Desmond Tutu urges Yoweri Museveni not to sign harsh anti-gay bill.
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan signed a law that makes same-sex marriage a crime as well as participation in gay organizations.
The world joined the family and country of former South African president Nelson Mandela on Sunday Dec. 15 to bid him one final farewell before his burial in his home village of Qunu, South Africa. Take a look at scenes from Mandela’s funeral.
A hearse carrying Nelson Mandela's body drove into his hometown in rural South Africa ahead of burial Sunday.