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Hearse carries body of late Samsung chief Lee Kun-hee


On the final day of Samsung chairman Lee Kun-hee's funeral, a hearse carries his body from the funeral centre. Lee died at the age of 78 on Sunday, six years after being left bedridden by a heart attack. IMAGES

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