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Winnie Mandela, ex-wife of Nelson Mandela, dies at 81

Winnie Mandella Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, the wife of civil rights icon Nelson Mandela during South Africa's apartheid struggle, died Monday, a family spokesman said. She was 81.

Madikizela-Mandela died in Johannesburg's Milpark Hospital, where she was being treated for a kidney infection.

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, the wife of civil rights icon Nelson Mandela during South Africa's apartheid struggle, died Monday, a family spokesman said. She was 81.

Madikizela-Mandela died in Johannesburg's Milpark Hospital, where she was being treated for a kidney infection.

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China to slap tariffs on 128 U.S. goods

China to slap tariffs on 128 US goods

China is moving forward with its plan to counter President Donald Trump's new tariffs on steel and aluminum, levying duties that will take effect Monday on more than $3 billion in U.S. exports to the country.

In a statement Sunday, the Chinese government said it would impose the retaliatory tariffs on 128 products, according to an informal translation.

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Report: Chinese President suggested Korean peace treaty to Donald Trump

Korean leader in ChinaChinese President Xi Jinping suggested striking up a peace treaty between South and North Korea, the United States and China, during a phone conversation with U.S. leader Donald Trump last month, Kyodo News reported.

The Japanese daily on Sunday quoted various diplomatic sources who said China is hoping to turn the 1953 armistice agreement between the two Koreas into a peace treaty.

On March 9, the Chinese leader reportedly emphasized the necessity of China's involvement in talks regarding North Korea's denuclearization, in an apparent move to secure Beijing's grip on affairs surrounding the Korean Peninsula.

Trump did not give a clear answer to Xi's request and asked Beijing to continue exerting pressure on Pyongyang, Kyodo News said.

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Hundreds line Cambridge streets to honor Stephen Hawking

Hundreds line bridge to honor Hawking hearse processionHundreds of people lined the streets of the English city of Cambridge on Saturday, breaking into applause as the hearse carrying the remains of famed British scientist Stephen Hawking arrived at the church.

Some 500 guests had been invited to the private funeral at St. Mary the Great church for the service honoring Hawking, who died on March 14 at age 76 after capturing popular imagination with his writings about space and time.

Actor Eddie Redmayne, who portrayed Hawking in the 2014 biographical drama "The Theory of Everything," gave a reading from Ecclesiastes during the service. There was also a reading by Astronomer Royal Martin Reese and eulogies by one of Hawking's children and a former student.

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Russia Conducts Another Test of ICBM Sarmat

Russia conducts another test of Sarmat missile

Russia has conducted another test of its new liquid-fuel intercontinental ballistic missile Sarmat, the Defense Ministry’s newspaper Krasnaya Zvezda announced Friday.

The newspaper said the latest test at the Plesetsk cosmodrome “confirmed the system’s parameters in the stage of prelaunch preparations and the initial flight of the missile.”

In addition, the Russian Strategic Missile Forces assessed the correctness of the design and the “technical solutions employed in the creation of the ICBM complex,” the newspaper said.

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Russian ex-spy says he was on Kremlin 'hit list' along with poisoned Skripal

Ex double agent Boris KarpichkovThe former Russian double agent got a terrifying message on his birthday: He was on a Kremlin hit list along with Sergei Skripal, another ex-spy who weeks later was poisoned with a nerve agent in a case Britain blames on Vladimir Putin's government.

"Be careful, look around, something is probably going to happen,'" the former agent, Boris Karpichkov, says an old friend told him on the telephone in mid-February. "It's very serious, and you are not alone."

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Ex-president Sarkozy to face trial in France

Sarkozy to stand trial in France

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy will stand trial for corruption in France over accusations that he improperly tried to obtain confidential information from a French magistrate, The New York Times reports.

Wiretaps on phones belonging to Sarkozy reportedly overheard the former president and his attorney discussing how to obtain confidential information from a top French magistrate in 2014.

Sarkozy is accused of then approaching the magistrate and promising to use his influence to secure a job for the judge, Gilbert Azibert, who now also faces charg

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