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Anti-Apartheid Leader Walter Sisulu Dies at 90

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Anti-Apartheid Leader Walter Sisulu Dies at 90

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Anti-Apartheid Leader Walter Sisulu Dies at 90

Anti-Apartheid Leader Walter Sisulu Dies at 90

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Walter Sisulu, who helped lead the fight against apartheid for five decades, dies after a long illness at age 90. Sisulu, along with Nelson Mandela, led the African National Congress from a liberation movement in exile into the ruling party of South Africa. Hear NPR's Jason Beaubien.

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