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March 26, 1999 | EMORY HOLMES II, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Actor-director Morgan Freeman adds executive producer to his resume with Sunday night's NBC movie "Mutiny," a story of the aftermath and controversy surrounding the largest home-front disaster of World War II. The two-hour historical drama traces the complicated series of events surrounding the July 17, 1944, naval mutiny at Port Chicago, some 50 miles northeast of San Francisco.
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November 8, 2009 | Reed Johnson
Just 20 years ago, South Africa was commonly perceived as one of the most polarized, ill-starred places on the planet. Shackled by the racist system of apartheid, or legally enforced segregation, it was a nation divided against itself and shunned by the rest of the world as a pariah state. Today the world is looking at South Africa for very different reasons. This summer the country will become the first African nation to host the World Cup soccer tournament. As one of the most politically stable, democratic and relatively prosperous countries on a troubled continent, South Africa is regarded as a model by many of its neighbors.
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