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Obama arrives in South Africa as internal disputes divide Mandela family MP3

The president of the United States has arrived in South Africa on an official visit. However, public attention across the country remains focussed on the critical condition of former South African leader, Nelson Mandela. It's unclear whether Barack Obama will make a private visit to Mr Mandela in hospital, but the US president says he doesn't need a photo opportunity. Source: abc.net.au

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