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|Wednesday, September 12, 2001, updated at 02:29(GMT+8)|
Mandela Shocked by Attacks Against U.S. TargetsFormer South African president Nelson Mandela said here on Tuesday that he was in shock after terror attacks on targets in the United States on Tuesday morning.
Mandela watched the attacks on television in Johannesburg and was silenced with shock, his spokeswoman Zelda la Grange said.
"Mr. Mandela condemns any terrorist attack, especially where innocent lives are lost," la Grange said.
"He sends his condolences to the United States," she added.
Mandela was scheduled to leave for New York on Sunday to attend a special session for children at the United Nations headquarters.
"We will decide in the next few days if the trip will go ahead, " la Grange said.
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