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Nelson Mandela's Daughter Speaks About Her Father

Four U.S. presidents to attend Nelson Mandela's funeral.
12/10/2013

Transcript for Nelson Mandela's Daughter Speaks About Her Father

We move next tonight to nelson mandela and world leaders from across the globe descending on south africa, including american presidents past and present. Today president and mrs. Obama were seen... See More
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