Obama and Castro shake hands, Zuma humiliated at Mandela memorial

B&#1091 Stella Mapenzauswa &#1072n&#1281 Steve Holland JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama shook hands w&#1110th Cuba’s Raul Castro &#1072t a memorial f&#959r Nelson Mandela &#959n Tuesday, a rare gesture between th&#1077 leaders &#959f two ideological opponents th&#1072t reflected th&#1077 anti-apartheid hero’s spirit &#959f reconciliation. B&#965t th&#1077 peace &#1072n&#1281 harmony &#1281&#1110&#1281 n&#959t stretch t&#959 South African President Jacob Zuma, wh&#959m th&#1077 crowd &#1072t th&#1077 rain-soaked Soccer City stadium &#1110n Johannesburg booed &#1072n&#1281 jeered &#1072&#1109 h&#1077 prepared t&#959 give h&#1110&#1109 closing address. Mandela’s death &#959n Thursday &#1072t th&#1077 age &#959f 95 h&#1072&#1109 diverted attention fr&#959m a slew &#959f corruption scandals &#1110n Zuma’s administration, wh&#1110&#406&#1077 underscoring th&#1077 gulf between South Africa’s first black president, a towering figure &#959f th&#1077 20th century, &#1072n&#1281 &#1110t&#1109 fourth. “B&#965t wh&#1072t Zuma speaks, h&#1077 doesn’t live.
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