A woman prays outside the house of former South African President Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg on Friday, the day after his death.
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At home and at abroad, mourners remembered Nelson Mandela as the father of South Africa. In front of his home in Johannesburg, hundreds gathered to sing in praise of the departed anti-apartheid leader.
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