By Peroshni Govender PRETORIA (Reuters) - Mourners flocked in their tens of thousands to South Africa's central government buildings on Friday to say a personal goodbye to anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela on the final day of his lying in state in Pretoria. Such was the crush of people wanting to see Mandela's body in the Union Buildings, that the government asked others to stay away from the park-and-ride facilities set up to take mourners to the area. The body of South Africa's first black president was lying in state for a third and final day before being flown on Saturday to the Eastern Cape for a funeral on Sunday at his ancestral home in Qunu, 700 km (450 miles) south of Johannesburg. I am who I am and where I am because of this man," said Johannesburg resident Elsie Nkuna, who said she had taken two days off work to see Mandela.
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — A Ukrainian court has released all those arrested during a violent police dispersal of demonstrators near the presidential administration building, one of the demands of the opposition that has conducted three weeks of large protests.