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Mourners in South Africa queue to pay final respects to Desmond Tutu


Mourners in Cape Town queue outside St George's Catherdral to pay their final respects to Desmond Tutu whose body is lying in state for a second day ahead of his funeral on Saturday. IMAGES

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