ARCHBISHOP TUTU DISCUSSES WITH FORMER SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENTS DE KLERK AND MANDELA AFTER BID PRESENTATION FOR WORLD CUP 2010 AT FIFA IN ZURICH
Archbishop Desmond Tutu (L) discusses with former South African Presidents FW De Klerk (C) and Nelson Mandela (R) after their bid presentation for the 2010 World Cup at the FIFA headquarters in Zurich May 14, 2004. World soccer body FIFA's executive committee holds a two-day meeting in Zurich to select the host of the 2010 World Cup. Bidders Egypt, South Africa, Morocco, Tunisia and Libya present their candidature on May 14, FIFA's executive committee takes its decision on May 15.
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