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  • South Africa Mandela Hospitalized
    A worshipper offers weekend prayers and prayers for former president Nelson Mandela on a hill overlooking the city in Johannesburg, Saturday, June 8, 2013. Mandela is in "serious but stable" condition after being taken to a hospital to be treated for a lung infection, the government said, prompting an outpouring of concern from admirers of a man who helped to end white racist rule. (AP Photo/ Denis Farrell)
    Denis Farrell | AP
  • South Africa Tourist
    People mimic the statue of former South African President Nelson Mandela by raising there hands outside the Groot Drakenstein correctional facility near the town of Franschhoek, South Africa, Thursday, June 6, 2013. Thousands of tourists visit the Western Cape wine lands with the Nelson Mandela statue being a stopping point. (AP Photo/ Schalk van Zuydam)
    Schalk van Zuydam | AP
  • South Africa Mandela
    Hussein Gallo, 7, walks past a mural of Nelson Mandela in the Soweto township in Johannesburg, South Africa, Saturday June 7 2013. Former South African President Nelson Mandela is in "serious but stable" condition after being taken to a hospital to be treated for a lung infection, the government said Saturday, prompting an outpouring of concern from admirers of a man who helped to end white racist rule. (AP Photo/ Jerome Delay)
    Jerome Delay | AP
  • South Africa Mandela
    Hussein Gallo, 7, stands by a mural of Nelson Mandela in the Soweto township in Johannesburg, South Africa, Saturday June 7 2013. Former South African President Nelson Mandela is in "serious but stable" condition after being taken to a hospital to be treated for a lung infection, the government said Saturday, prompting an outpouring of concern from admirers of a man who helped to end white racist rule. (AP Photo/ Jerome Delay)
    Jerome Delay | AP
  • South Africa Mandela Hospitalized
    A church group offers weekend prayers and prayers for former president Nelson Mandela on a hill overlooking the city in Johannesburg, Saturday, June 8, 2013. Mandela is in "serious but stable" condition after being taken to a hospital to be treated for a lung infection, the government said, prompting an outpouring of concern from admirers of a man who helped to end white racist rule. (AP Photo/ Denis Farrell)
    Denis Farrell | AP
  • South Africa Mandela Hosptalized
    Press gather outisde the hospital, unseen, in Pretoria, South Africa where it is believed that former president Nelson Mandela was hospitalized with a recuring lunch infection early Saturday, June 8, 2013. A presidential statement said that Mandela was in a serious but stable condition. (AP Photo)
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  • South Africa Mandela Hospitalized
    Avia Nossel poses with a stone with a get-well message, held by her father, unseen, outside the home of former president Nelson Mandela, in Johannesburg, Saturday June 8, 2013. Mandela was hospitalized with a recurring lung infection early Saturday. A presidential statement said that Mandela was in a serious but stable condition. The stone was among others placed oustide in flower beds from Mandela's previous hospital spells. (AP Photo)
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  • APTOPIX France Tennis French Open
    A spectator holds a South African flag as Serena Williams, of the U.S, plays to Russia's Maria Sharapova during the Women's final match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium Saturday, June 8, 2013 in Paris. Former South African President Nelson Mandela is in "serious but stable" condition after being taken to a hospital to be treated for a lung infection, the government said Saturday, prompting an outpouring of concern from admirers of a man who helped to end white racist rule. (AP Photo/ Petr David Josek)
    Petr David Josek | AP
  • South Africa Mandela Hospitalized
    Worshippers of a church group offer weekend prayers and prayers for former president Nelson Mandela on a hill overlooking the city in Johannesburg, Saturday, June 8, 2013. Mandela is in "serious but stable" condition after being taken to a hospital to be treated for a lung infection, the government said, prompting an outpouring of concern from admirers of a man who helped to end white racist rule. (AP Photo/ Denis Farrell)
    Denis Farrell | AP
  • South Africa Mandela Hospitalized
    A church group offers weekend prayers and prayers for former president Nelson Mandela on a hill overlooking the city in Johannesburg, Saturday, June 8, 2013. Mandela is in "serious but stable" condition after being taken to a hospital to be treated for a lung infection, the government said, prompting an outpouring of concern from admirers of a man who helped to end white racist rule. (AP Photo/ Denis Farrell)
    Denis Farrell | AP
  • South Africa Mandela Hospitalized
    A worshipper offers weekend prayers as vraious church groups offered weekend prayers for former president Nelson Mandela on a hill overlooking the city in Johannesburg, Saturday, June 8, 2013. Mandela is in "serious but stable" condition after being taken to a hospital to be treated for a lung infection, the government said, prompting an outpouring of concern from admirers of a man who helped to end white racist rule. (AP Photo/ Denis Farrell)
    Denis Farrell | AP
  • South Africa Mandela Hospitalized
    Worshippers join church groups to offer weekend prayers and prayers for former president Nelson Mandela on a hill overlooking the city in Johannesburg, at sunset, Saturday, June 8, 2013. Mandela is in "serious but stable" condition after being taken to a hospital to be treated for a lung infection, the government said, prompting an outpouring of concern from admirers of a man who helped to end white racist rule. (AP Photo/ Denis Farrell)
    Denis Farrell | AP
  • South Africa Mandela Hospitalized
    A worshipper sprinkles water as she offers weekend prayers and prayers for former president Nelson Mandela on a hill overlooking the city in Johannesburg, Saturday, June 8, 2013. Mandela is in "serious but stable" condition after being taken to a hospital to be treated for a lung infection, the government said, prompting an outpouring of concern from admirers of a man who helped to end white racist rule. (AP Photo/ Denis Farrell)
    Denis Farrell | AP
  • SOUTH AFRICA MANDELA'S BIRTHDAY
    ** FILE** Former South African President Nelson Mandela is photographed at the Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg in this Wednesday, March 28, 2007 file photo. Mandela's July 18 birthday is annual cause for celebration in South Africa and draws attention from his many local and international admirers. This year, the partying also has a serious side, with the launch Wednesday, July 18, of a humanitarian campaign to be led by Mandela, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan and other "elders" of the global village. (AP Photo/ Jerome Delay)
    JEROME DELAY | AP
  • BRITAIN MANDELA
    Former South African President Nelson Mandela, left, with Annie Lennox, center, and Yusuf Islam pose for the cameras at a media conference in London, Thursday Nov. 25, 2004 to launch a book of photographs from the 46664 concert which took place in Cape Town South Africa in 2003. Launching "46664," a book documenting a star-studded fundraising concert held in Cape Town last year, Mandela said governments and drug companies must do more to stop the spread of HIV, and to ensure that every person infected with the virus received treatment. Mandela heads an AIDS foundation named 46664, his prison number under apartheid. (AP Photo/ Alastair Grant)
    ALASTAIR GRANT | AP
  • OLYMPIC TORCH RELAY
    Former South African President Nelson Mandela holds the Olympic Flame on Robben Island during Day 9 of the ATHENS 2004 Olympic Torch Relay, Saturday, June 12, 2004, in Cape Town, South Africa. The Olympic Flame travels to 34 cities in 27 countries en route to the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. (AP Photo/ IOC,Todd Warshaw)
    TODD WARSHAW | AP
  • South Africa
    President-Elect Nelson Mandela, left, and President F.W. de klerk stand at attention as they listen to the country's two national anthems outside parliament in Cape Town Monday, May 9, 1994. Mr. Mandela is to be formally inaugurated as the country's first black president on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Greg English)
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  • South Africa Mandela
    African National Congress President Nelson Mandela salutes the crowd in Galeshewe Stadium near Kimberley, South Africa, before a "People's Forum?" Friday, Feb. 25, 1994. Mandela is on a three-day campaign swing for the April all-race general election through the Northern Cape Province. Mandela called on supporters on Friday to stop chasing President F.W. de Klerk from black areas, saying the ANC could win April?s election ?hands down? without help from hecklers. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)
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  • YE SOUTH AFRICA MANDELA BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS
    ** FOR USE WITH YEAR END AS DESIRED-- FILE ** In this photo July 17, 2007 file photo released by Backpagepix former South Africa President Nelson Mandela, left, with Brazilian soccer legend, Pele, right, in Johannesburg, on the eve of a soccer match to be staged in Cape Town, South Africa. The match between an African 11 team and a team of players from the rest of the World will form part of two weeks of celebrations to mark Mandela's 89th birthday. Mandela turns 89 on July 18. (AP Photo/ Chris Ricco-BACKPAGEPIX for FIFA, file) ** EDITORIAL USE ONLY**
    CHRIS RICCO | AP
  • SPAIN ROYAL WEDDING
    Letizia Ortiz, right, greets former South African President Nelson Mandela in the Pardo Palace on the outskirts of Madrid, Friday May 21, 2004, before a dinner for 400 guests invited to her wedding with Spain's Prince Felipe scheduled for Saturday. (AP Photo/ Sergio Barrenechea, Pool)
    SERGIO BARRENECHEA | AP
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