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All over the world, people grief and mourn the sad demise of President Nelson Mandela 95, South Africa

Nelson Mandela, 95 took his last breath at his house in Houghton surrounded by all his family members. The news of his death led to grief and mourn among the people all over the world. A large crowd gathered outside Mandela’s house to pay tribute to their beloved leader. The huge crowd that had gathered outside Mandela’s house waved South Africa’s flag singing the National Anthem and placards emblazoned with his portrait. Along with that at one corner people were lighting candles and flowers in the name of their leader. The gathering had such a strong and united voice for a leader, a effect that would not have been witnessed for any other leader in South Africa. South African President Jacob Zuma announced a national week of mourning and the funeral is to be held on Dec. 15.
Nelson Mandela is a name that would always be remembered for the fight that he had led for the fights of blacks, the fight that he led to end racial discrimination in South Africa, for his belief, for his ideal and above all for his achievements and success that he had achieved after all the sufferings and imprisonment. Nelson Mandela who is known as the anti-apartheid icon had made a huge impact all over the world for his belief and determination. All over the world people are paying tribute to their leader in their own special ways, all over the world the only important news that emerged on the front page was the sad demise of a selfless liberator. Even though after his death, he will always be remembered as a great hero, a great leader, Nelson Mandela. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV

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