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Obama, Raul Castro, Ban to address Mandela memorial
Published Monday 09/12/2013 (updated) 11/12/2013 23:32
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JOHANNESBURG (AFP) -- A brace of world leaders including US President Barack Obama will address Nelson Mandela's memorial, organizers said on Monday, the eve of the event.

South African President Jacob Zuma will make the keynote address before a crowd in Soweto expected to reach 80,000, and millions more watching around the world.

Other speakers include UN boss Ban Ki-Moon and Cuban President Raul Castro.
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1 ) Mel / USA
09/12/2013 20:34
Interesting to see if any Israeli-Zionist colonial 'leaders' are there too?

2 ) Bemused / New Zealand
10/12/2013 02:32
Great to see Cuba there getting some well-deserved recognition. Where is Meshaal?

3 ) Colin Wright / USA
10/12/2013 09:35
Netanyahu was going to go -- but realized he really wouldn't want to have to denounce apartheid.
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