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Remembering Mandela

POSTED: December 06, 2013, 6:30 am

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Global media coverage of the passing of former South African President Nelson Mandela

The Mail & Guardian (South Africa)

Nelson Mandela Tribute Site

SA, the world mourn Nelson Mandela

Madiba: A symbol of the power of good

SA political heavyweights pay tribute to Madiba

De Klerk pays tribute to Mandela's 'unique contribution'

Charlize Theron on Madiba: 'I am saddened to the depths of my soul'

Nelson Mandela Foundation: 'No words to express this loss'

Tutu: We thank God for Madiba

The Guardian (London)

Nelson Mandela, South Africa's first black president, dies aged 95

Nelson Mandela obituary

Nelson Mandela: a life in pictures

Nelson Mandela's death leaves South Africa wondering where to go next

The Toronto Star

South Africans express sorrow, and relief that leader finally at ‘peace’

Nelson Mandela: Toronto leaders reflect on his passing

Nelson Mandela remembered by Regent Park school that bears his name

Nelson Mandela: Three Torontonians share their memories

Al Jazeera

The passing of a global icon

Mandela: The father of the Rainbow Nation

Mandela the radical

Mandela's art of 'understanding the enemy'

Life and times of Nelson Mandela

Mandela's true genius was making us think like him

When Miami snubbed Nelson Mandela

Mandela: Activists recollect 1980s divestment movement

France 24

South African democracy icon Nelson Mandela dies

World leaders pay tribute to Nelson Mandela

Mandela, the man once branded a 'terrorist' by the US

World leaders pay tribute to Nelson Mandela

Mandela daughters hear of death at London royal premiere

Mourning South Africans gather to celebrate Mandela’s life

The Voice (London)

Vigil to mark Nelson Mandela's passing in London today

Obituary: Nelson Mandela (1918-2013)

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