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Nelson Mandela, left, and his wife Winnie, right, at Cape Town's airport prior to a flight to Johannesburg in this February 1990 photo, the day after his release from prison.(AP Photo /File, Adil Bradlow)
Photo gallery: Mandela remembered around the world
First Published Dec 06 2013 10:17 am • Last Updated Dec 06 2013 05:26 pm

Mourners sing and dance outside Nelson Mandela’s old house in Johannesburg. In Pakistan, children gather around his portrait holding candles. Well-wishers leave flowers outside South African embassies in Beijing and New York.

People around the world are mourning Mandela, speaking out about the life and legacy of the former South African president and sharing how they drew inspiration from his strength and message of continuing the struggle against social injustice.

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Here are some images of people celebrating and remembering his life.




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