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BERLIN (AP) — A former Nazi concentration camp guard living in the Berlin area is being investigated on suspicion of murder after authorities received a tip from the Simon Wiesenthal Center, prosecutors said Friday.
By Peroshni Govender PRETORIA (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of mourners, some breaking through police barriers, flocked to South Africa's central government buildings on Friday to say a personal goodbye to anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela on the final day of his lying in state. Such was the crush of people wanting to see Mandela's body in the Union Buildings in the capital Pretoria, that the government had asked others to stay away from the park-and-ride facilities set up to take mourners to the area. There were moments of tension as police tried to turn mourners away. "I am really angry, we tried for two days now to see Mr Mandela and thank him for changing this country and bringing us together.