Alice Walker

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Tesco Bank Mobile Banking

Our Tesco Bank Mobile App for Android mobile phones is an easy way to manage your Tesco Bank current account, credit card, savings account or loan on …

The beauty of data visualization

David McCandless turns complex data sets (like worldwide military spending, media buzz, Facebook status updates) into beautiful, simple diagrams that …

Another image of Fantastic Mr. Fox 🐺 It was such a memorable encounter with this little guy. I turned the corner and saw him next to a stopped pickup truck in the middle of the road. The snowmobilers told me that he was friendly, and boy were they right. I freaked out, parked, and swiftly grabbed my camera. I sat in the middle of the road for 10 minutes with him. No cars, not a soul around, just me and Mr. Fox. Life changing! The two fox photos are iPhone, excited to share the DSLR images! #northandeast

Pictures of the Week 12.6.13

Gallery of Fame: 'Look at Me!' Art Work

This painting of the R&B singer looms over the upstairs loft of his Atlanta-area home.<p>MACY GRAY<p>Artist Noriyoshi Kudo created this outdoor fountain …

15 of Nelson Mandela's best quotes

Nelson Mandela, former president of South Africa and Nobel Peace Prize winner, has died. During his long life, Mandela inspired countless individuals. Here is a collection of quotes that personify his spirit:<p>1) "Difficulties break some men but make others. No axe is sharp enough to cut the soul of …

Obama: I Will Learn From Mandela

Nelson Mandela: 1918 - 2013 | Reuters.com

Barack Obama: Nelson Mandela was a symbol for justice, equality and dignity

Like many people around the world, I came to know of Nelson Mandela from a distance, when he was imprisoned on Robben Island. To so many of us, he was more than just a man – he was a symbol of the struggle for justice, equality, and dignity in South Africa and around the globe. His sacrifice was so …

What Nelson Mandela taught us about leadership

Nelson Mandela will be remembered not only for his unrelenting pursuit of racial equality but also his fearless leadership. His guidance led a divided country into an era of racial peace and economic prosperity. The Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, in a public statement, acknowledged Mandela’s …

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Nelson Mandela: Early Life

Credits: Story<p>Photographer — <b>Ardon Bar Hama</b><br>Photographer — <b>Matthew Willman</b><br>Reasearch & Curation — <b>Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory Staff</b><p>Credits: All …

Nelson Mandela, South Africa's first black president, dies aged 95

Nelson Mandela, the towering figure of Africa's struggle for freedom and a hero to millions around the world, has died at the age of 95.<p>South Africa's first black president died in the company of his family at home in Johannesburg after years of declining health that had caused him to withdraw from …

FW de Klerk: world has lost a great unifier with Nelson Mandela's death

FW de Klerk, the South African president under whom Nelson Mandela was released from prison, has said his country and the world have lost "a great unifier".<p>De Klerk shared the Nobel peace prize with Mandela in 1993 for brokering the end of apartheid and, when the ANC leader was elected president in …

Nelson Mandela has died at the age of 95

At no point have more than 36% of Americans believed Kennedy was assassinated by a lone gunman. What is it about human psychology that makes conspiracy theories so appealing?<p>Fifty years ago today, President John F Kennedy, one of the most charismatic leaders of modern times, was gunned down by a …

Kennedy assassination: memory and myth refuse to die after 50 years

These days, it is only the world's grandparents who can tell you where they were when they heard John F Kennedy was dead. For decades that was a staple of the global collective memory, a question that could be asked in Berlin or London as readily as New York or Los Angeles. Today that memory …

50 years ago today John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated while on a presidential visit to Dallas, Texas. Here is how The Telegraph reported the news of his tragic death. Follow our updates and historical coverage as America commemorates its 35th president: http://fw.to/8IZiE2S

Are you a window seat or aisle seat traveller? This view might help you decide. Thanks for sharing, Kerry Farmer.

Franciesco from Italy is planning a honeymoon in Sydney! What travel advice do you have for him and his soon-to-be wife? Photo credit: Kajo Merkert

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Death of a President in Pictures

Kennedy the Candidate