Egyptians gather in Tahrir Square during a demonstration against President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo on Sunday. Hundreds of thousands of Morsi opponents poured out onto the streets across much of Egypt, launching an all-out push to force him from office on the first anniversary of his inauguration. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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A Meeting Of Great Minds: During his 1966 visit to South Africa, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy met with anti-apartheid activist Chief Luthuli and later spoke publicly about their meeting. Because of a government ban on media coverage of Luthuli, it was the first news many had of their leader in more than five years. Shoreline Productions hide caption

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Egyptian Protesters Demand Morsi's Ouster

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President Obama looks out the window of the Robben Island prison cell that once held Nelson Mandela. The president and his family visited the prison on Sunday. Gary Cameron /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Thousands of protesters who oppose Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi were in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Sunday. Mohamed Abd El Ghany /Reuters/Landov hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition': Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson reports from Cairo

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Mandela's Condition Clouds Obama's S. Africa Visit

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Friday in Pretoria, South Africa, people gathered outside a hospital to pray for former President Nelson Mandela. He remains in critical condition with a lung infection. Jeff J. Mitchell/Getty Images hide caption

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Opponents of Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi burn the contents of an office of the Freedom and Justice Party, an arm of the Muslim Brotherhood, in Alexandria Friday. Two people were reportedly killed in clashes in the city. STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mandela's Graceful Departure A Hallmark Of His Presidency

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Culture Clash Between Africans And African-Americans?

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Blog From The Bedroom Brings Pillow Talk to Africans

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