Archbishop Desmond Tutu
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Tutu: I will count to 10 in future

Archbishop Desmond Tutu has said he will "count up to 10 and take a deep breath" in an effort to deal with his anger over the ANC's failure to issue the Dalai Lama with a visa.

In an outburst at an earlier news conference he said that the party was "worse than the apartheid government" because it was not supporting Tibet.

Tibet's spiritual leader had been due to take part in celebrations on Friday to mark the archbishop's 80th birthday.

  • 05 Oct 2011
  • From the section Africa
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