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|Obama eulogizes Mandela: 'a giant of history'|
Soweto (South Africa) (AFP) - US President Barack Obama on Tuesday eulogized Nelson Mandela as a "giant of history" who earned his place in posterity through struggle, shrewdness and by showing the power of political action. Obama painted Mandela as a testament to how people can reach for change by fighting for their ideals and employing reason and argument to match personal sacrifice. "It is hard to eulogize any man ... how much harder to do so for a giant of history, who moved a nation towards justice," Obama said, after being introduced to wild cheers from a rain-sodden crowd in a Soweto stadium during Mandela's memorial service. Obama was joined at the ceremony by three other former US presidents, Jimmy Carter, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, who sat sheltered from the teeming rain along with former secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
|Injury ends Lysacek's bid to defend Olympic title|
Reigning Winter Olympic men's figure skating champion Evan Lysacek announced on Tuesday he will not defend his title at the Sochi Games in February because of a hip injury. The 28-year-old American, who has not competed since winning gold at the 2010 Vancouver Games, tore the labrum in his left hip in August and despite extensive treatment the injury became more painful in the past month. "The proudest moments of my life have been representing the United States in the last two Winter Olympics. In Vancouver, Lysacek became the first American to win the Olympic men's gold since Brian Boitano in 1988.
|Ukraine leader slams 'revolution' calls in crisis talks|
|Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych on Tuesday slammed opposition calls for revolution as a "threat to national security" as he met his predecessors in a bid to defuse an escalating standoff over a rejected EU pact. Several demonstrators were injured in fresh clashes with police early Tuesday as EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton and a top US diplomat arrived in Kiev for talks in a sign of the global concern about the explosive situation. Convening ex-leaders Leonid Kuchma, Leonid Kravchuk and Viktor Yushchenko at an unprecedented meeting at the presidential administration, Yanukovych also said a delegation would likely be flying to Brussels to renew negotiations on key political and free trade agreements on Wednesday. "Calls for a revolution pose a threat to national security," Yanukovych said in comments broadcast on national television.|
|Mandela tribute planned for world title bout|
Special tribute will be paid to former South African president Nelson Mandela before Saturday's world WBA light heavyweight title fight in Germany, American promoter Don King said Tuesday. "He was a fabulous man, who showed what could be done against apartheid and I had the chance to spend some time with him," said King in Berlin, the same day Mandela's memorial service was held in Johannesburg. Ten gongs will be sounded for Mandela just before the bout between Germany's Jurgen Braehmer and Marcus Oliveira of the USA in Neubrandenburg, near Berlin, for the vacant WBA title.