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The world remembers Nelson Mandela

Images from South Africa and around the world as people celebrate the life of anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela.
Crowds have been gathering outside Nelson Mandela's home in Johannesburg, where he died on Thursday evening, to pay tribute to the much-loved South African leader.
People with a candle outside Nelson Mandela's home in Houghton. Photo: 6 December 2013
Lungi Morrison, the granddaughter of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, was among those who paid tribute at a memorial in London, on the steps of the South African High Commission.
Lungi Morrison, the granddaughter of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, in London (5 Dec 2013)
An Ashes cricket test match in Adelaide in Australia began with a minute's silence. The players wore black arm bands to show their respect.
England cricket team pays tribute in Adelaide. Photo: 6 December 2013
US President Barack Obama, the first black president of the United States, said the world had lost "one of the most influential, courageous and profoundly good human beings".
US President Barack Obama in Washington. Photo: 5 December 2013
President Jacob Zuma announced that Nelson Mandela - also known as Madiba - had died "peacefully in the company of his family".
Flowers near a framed image of Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg. Photo: 6 December 2013
Many people are mourning Nelson Mandela by celebrating his life rather than grieving. Many people in South Africa are singing songs about the struggle against apartheid.
People dance and chant outside Mr Mandela's house.
Mourners also gathered outside the Cape Town City Hall, where Mr Mandela made his first speech after his release from his 27-year incarceration in 1990.
A girl holds a South African national flag outside the Cape Town City Hall. Photo: 6 December 2013