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Henry Kissinger is being remembered as one of the most distinctive voices in foreign affairs.
The former US Secretary of State, National Security Advisor, and senior diplomat died yesterday at the age of 100.
He served in the administrations of presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.
US Correspondent Richard Arnold told Mike Hosking that Kissinger was a controversial figure, who was both hated and revered.
He says Kissinger lived a remarkable life after his family fled Nazi Germany in the early 1930s.
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