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Mourners in South Africa queue to pay final respects to Desmond Tutu

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Mourners in Cape Town queue outside St George's Catherdral to pay their final respects to Desmond Tutu whose body is lying in state for a second day ahead of his funeral on Saturday. IMAGES

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