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World icons pay tribute to Pele

By Guardian Exclusive
30 December 2022   |   4:11 pm
Brazil legend, Pele passed away at 82 on Thursday following a battle with cancer, leaving millions to mourn the loss of one of football's greatest-ever stars. Pele's death has led to an outpouring of tributes from sports and political icons across the globe.

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