Nelson Mandela at last off United States ‘terrorist’ list


This is a video film by John Pilger about apartheid in South Africa.

From News24 in South Africa:

US votes to make ANC ‘legal’

08/05/2008 22:47 – (SA)

Washington – The United States House of Representatives adopted a bill on Thursday aimed at taking South African former president Nelson Mandela and his party, the African National Congress, off a US terror blacklist.

Democratic House foreign affairs chairperson Howard Berman said: “This long-overdue bill is the direct result of a stunning and, frankly, embarrassing story for the United States.

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