In photos: Desmond Tutu remembered
People across South Africa and worldwide are remembering "moral compass" Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who died in Cape Town on Sunday at the age of 90.
Driving the news: Tutu, who helped bring down apartheid in South Africa, won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984.
- Tutu was also the first Black bishop of Johannesburg and later became the Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town. He was known for working tirelessly for racial justice and LBGTQ rights.
- UN Secretary-General António Guterres called Tutu "a towering global figure for peace & justice."
- Former President Obama described him as "a moral compass" and "universal spirit."
The big picture: Until Tutu's requiem Mass on Jan. 1, South Africa will hold a week of mourning, including the cathedral bell ringing for 10 minutes at noon local time for five days, per AP.