Embassies across London lower their flags in honour of Nelson Mandela

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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Embassies and high commissions across the city of London, United Kingdom have lowered their flags today in honour of the death of Nelson Mandela. The former president of South Africa passed away last Thursday at his home, aged 95.

The Flag of South Africa lowered to half-mast at High Commission of South Africa, London.
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The Flag of the United States lowered to half-mast at the Embassy of the United States, London.
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The Flag of Kenya lowered to half-mast at the High Commission of Kenya, London.
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The Flag of New Zealand lowered to half-mast at the High Commission of New Zealand, London.
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Flag lowered to half-mast at the India House, London.
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The Flag of New Zealand lowered to half-mast at the Malaysian Embassy, London.
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The Union Flag lowered to half-mast at the Palace of Westminster, London.
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The Union Flag lowered to half-mast at Portcullis House, London.
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The Flag of South Africa lowered to half-mast at Leicester Town Hall, Leicester.
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Tribute messages written by members of the public for Nelson Mandela next to his statue in Parliament Square, London.
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Floral tributes left by members of the public for Nelson Mandela next to his statue in Parliament Square, London.
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Floral tributes left by members of the public for Nelson Mandela next to his statue in Parliament Square, London.
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Floral tributes left by members of the public for Nelson Mandela next to his statue in Parliament Square, London.
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Floral tributes left by members of the public for Nelson Mandela next to his statue in Parliament Square, London.
Image: Computron.
Floral tributes left by members of the public for Nelson Mandela next to his statue in Parliament Square, London.
Image: Computron.



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