Tens of thousands braved the rain to attend the memorial in Johannesburg, but many of the speeches felt rehearsed.
Booing greets South African president, and sign language interpreter decried as "fake".
Yasser Faisal, an Al Jazeera cameraman who was killed in Syria, is laid to rest in his hometown of Fallujah, Iraq.
Mandela urged both black and white South Africans to think of themselves as citizens. But are people ready for that?
As the world prepares to say final goodbye to Nelson Mandela, South Africans reflect.
The hurt of knowing the country will be left with less than below average leaders is momentarily terrifying
Twenty-eight Spaniards travel to Argentina to find closure 40 years after General Francisco Franco's death.
As Ukrainians brave snow and riot police for their belief in the EU, do their fellow Europeans hear their cry?
Fiordeliza Matos tells us of a complex identity on a divided island.