U.S. President Barack Obama, actor Jamie Foxx and singer and designer Victoria Beckham are among the many celebrities taking to Twitter to express their sorrow after hearing the news of the death of Nelson Mandela. Celebrities and politicians took to Twitter to express their grief after learning of the death ...
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As word of Nelson Mandela's death spread Thursday, Prince William and his wife, Kate, were attending the London film premiere of "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom." Prince William offered comments on Mandela. (Dec. 5)
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South Africans gathered outside the home of Nelson Mandela to mourn and celebrate the life of the former South African president and anti-apartheid leader. Mandela died Thursday night at the age of 95. (Dec. 5)