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Archbishop: Tutu had profound sense of justice and forgiveness

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Archbishop: Tutu had profound sense of justice and forgiveness

Archbishop: Tutu had profound sense of justice and forgiveness

The Archbishop of Canterbury has paid tribute to Desmond Tutu describing him as "the person for the time" who had a profound sense of justice and forgiveness.

Justin Welby said Tutu "transformed his own country" and "set a pattern for the world".

Report by Alibhaiz.

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