Gallery: the world mourns

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  1. Dijon Anderson of Bowie, Maryland photographs his son Keaton, 10, in front of a statue of Nelson Mandela at the South African embassy in Washington December 5, 2013.Picture: James Lawler Duggan, Reuters
  2. England's Stuart Broad wears a black armband as the players prepare to observe a minute of silence to commemorate Nelson Mandela's death before starting the second day's play in their second Ashes cricket test against Australia. Picture: David Gray, Reuters
  3. A man prays near the marquee of the Apollo Theatre honouring the life of former South African President Nelson Mandela in New York, December 5, 2013.Picture: Shannon Stapleton, Reuters
  4. President Barack Obama arrives to speak about the death of Nelson Mandela.Picture: Carolyn Kaster, AP
  5. Pedestrians pass beneath the Apollo Theatre marquee commemorating the life of Nelson Mandela, in the Harlem neighbourhood of New York.Picture: John Minchillo, AP
  6. Former president Nelson Mandela will live on through those who practise his ideals, Greenpeace said in a statement. Picture: Carlo Allegri
  7. A man holds candles in front of a mural of former South African President Nelson Mandela. Picture: Shannon Stapleton, Reuters
  8. This handout photo released by the United Nations photo service shows the Security Council observing a minute of silence upon the news of the death of former South African President Nelson Mandela. Picture: AFP PHOTO / UN PHOTO / Eskinder DEBEBE
  9. Children hold pictures of Nelson Mandela as they pay tribute following his death in Johannesburg. Photo: AFP
  10. A large television screen in New York's Times Square broadcasts a news show as they announce the death of Nelson Mandela. Photo: AFP
  11. Australian and English cricket fans observe a minute's silence to mark the passsing of Nelson Mandela on the second day of the second Ashes cricket Test match in Adelaide. Photo: AFP
  12. US President Barack Obama makes a statement on the death of Nelson Mandela in the briefing room of the White House. Photo: AFP
  13. People light candles outside the house of Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg. Photo: AFP
  14. A man reads The Star with the front page dedicated to Nelson Mandela following his death in Johannesburg. Photo: AFP
  15. Flags fly at half-mast in Cape Town after the death of Nelson Mandela. Picture: Rodger Bosch
  16. This picture shows a framed image of Nelson Mandela as people pay tributes following his death in Johannesburg. Photo: AFP
  17. Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu leads a service in St George's Cathedral in Cape Town after the anouncement of the death of Nelson Mandela. Photo: AFP
  18. People hold pictures of Nelson Mandela as they pay tribute following his death in Johannesburg. Photo: AFP
  19. Indian machine operator, Dineshbhai Makwana reads the newspaper as the front page of the Gujarati-language 'Western Times' features the news of Nelson Mandela's death. Photo: AFP
  20. A news channel display shows a message following the death of Nelson Mandela in Sydney. Photo: AFP
  21. A man holds up candles to a mural depicting Nelson Mandela in the Harlem neighborhood of the Manhattan borough of New York. Photo: AFP
 

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