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Mandela’s Youthful Rebellion Ends in Spirit of Forgivenessi
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December 11, 2013 12:08 AM
When the world mourns Nelson Mandela at his funeral this weekend, few will remember that early on, the father of the modern South African nation was feared and condemned by many nations for advocating violence. VOA’s Mary Motta has the story from London.

Mandela’s Youthful Rebellion Ends in Spirit of Forgiveness

Published December 10, 2013

When the world mourns Nelson Mandela at his funeral this weekend, few will remember that early on, the father of the modern South African nation was feared and condemned by many nations for advocating violence. VOA’s Mary Motta has the story from London.


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