South Africans will get a second chance Thursday to pay their last respects to Nelson Mandela, a day after his distraught widow joined thousands of mourners at his open casket. Later, presidents, royalty and thousands of South Africans made their own pilgrimage. As if I can say 'Mr Mandela, how are you?'" said 44-year-old Anna Mtsoweni, who had joined the queue before dawn. Among the dignitaries were Mandela's former political foe FW de Klerk, ex-wife Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and musician and activist Bono.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The investigation into the crash-landing of an Asiana Airlines flight at San Francisco's airport last summer has highlighted problems with cockpit culture and the trainee pilot's lack of confidence in his ability to safely land the Boeing 777.