South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu launches storybook bible in Cape Town
epa02267075 The hands of Archbishop Desmond Tutu from South Africa as he listens to speeches during the launch of his storybook bible titled Children of God at the Cape Town Book Fair, South Africa, 30 July 2010. Archbishop Tutu announced on 22 July 2010 that he will retire from public life in October, when he turns 79 years old. The Nobel Peace Prize laureate who first dubbed South Africa the 'Rainbow Nation' and campaigned tirelessly for its democracy, launched the childrens story book bible as one of his last acts of public life during the opening of the Cape Town Book Fair. EPA/NIC BOTHMA
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