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Nelson Mandela dies
Nelson Mandela, the global face of the anti-apartheid movement and the first black president of South Africa, died Thursday at 95. Columbia residents with ties to South Africa shared their thoughts and memories.
Texas A&M students posted tearful, heartfelt goodbyes to R. Bowen Loftin while MU students excitedly welcomed him to the university.
The competition underscores Boeing's commanding bargaining position in an economy where top-notch manufacturing jobs remain scarce.
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