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South Africa / Mandela Death #1075237

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 10, 2013
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(Pretoria: Brian Williams) The memorials for former South African President Nelson Mandela introduced; scenes shown; photo shown of President Obama shaking hands with Cuban leader Raul Castro.

(Soweto: Lester Holt) The tribute attended by global leaders and celebrities reviewed; scenes shown of the crowd cheering for Obama, Mandela’s former wife Winnie embracing widow Graca Machel††, dignitaries including former Presidents Carter, Bush & Clinton. [OBAMA – speaks about Madiba.] [2 PEOPLE – comment.]

(Pretoria: Brian Williams) The viral selfie of Obama, British Prime Minister David Cameron, and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt†† shown. Live discussion held with NBC News special correspondent Charlayne Hunter-Gault† about the celebrations of Mandela’s life. [HUNTER-GAULT – explains how South Africans approach the transition.]

Williams, Brian;
Holt, Lester

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