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World leaders react to Mandela's death

Friday, December 06, 2013 - 03:08

Dec. 6 - World leaders react to the news that South Africa's first black president and anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela has died, aged 95.

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And it. Nelson Mandela lived for that I deal. And made it real. -- achieve more than could be expected. Of any man. Today is gone home. We've lost one of the most influential. Courageous and profoundly good human beings than any of us school -- time where on this -- On vacation. Has lost these great tests -- Hope people. Have lost. They thought. So. We you. That this day would come. Nothing can do in the news. A sense. Of but profound. Than good and loss. Tonight one of the brightest lights of a world that's -- Nelson Mandela was not just a hero all of our time. But I hero all -- The first president all the free South Africa. The man who suffered so much full freedom and justice. And a man who threw his dignity. And through his trials. Inspired millions. Nelson Mandela was a triumph for justice and the bound toward the human exploration. Many around the warrant what greatly influenced. By -- -- set for his son. For shipment to eighteenth -- -- and freedom she touched our lives in -- pretty close and enemies. At the same time born didn't do you know what kind. Of events that values and aspirations of nineteen nations. That's him on the national what is possible for award and the Indian. Each one of us if we PD a -- man walked into -- justice and human.

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World leaders react to Mandela's death

Friday, December 06, 2013 - 03:08