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World’s oldest woman dies at 118

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She survived two world wars and Corona

World’s oldest woman dies at 118

Sister André († 118) is dead. The French nun survived two world wars and survived a corona infection.

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French nun André has died at the age of 118.

French nun André, thought to be the world’s oldest person, has died at the age of 118. She died in her sleep in a retirement home in Toulon in southern France on Tuesday night, said the facility’s spokesman, David Tavella, on Tuesday evening to the AFP news agency. «There is great sadness, but she wanted it, it was her wish to get to her beloved brother. It’s a liberation for them.”

The nun, real name Lucile Randon, survived two world wars and the Spanish flu. Since the death of Japanese Kane Tanaka last April, she has been considered the oldest person in the world. The French celebrated her 118th birthday on February 11th. Shortly before her 117th birthday, she had survived a corona infection.

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