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SOUTH AFRICA'S TUTU ADDRESSES A CROWD IN LONDON'S TRAFALGAR SQUARE ON 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF DEMMOCRATIC ELECTIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA

SOUTH AFRICA'S TUTU ADDRESSES A CROWD IN LONDON'S TRAFALGAR SQUARE ON 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF DEMMOCRATIC ELECTIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa's Archbishop Desmond Tutu addresses a crowd in Trafalgar Square, London, April 27, 2004 on the 10th anniversary of the first democratic election in South Africa. The 1994 elections transferred power from the white-minority rule National Party to the African National Congress, in the process making Nelson Mandela the president of South Africa.
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