Muhammad Ali was not only boxing's world heavyweight champion but also was known for his activism outside the ring. Ali, who was born Cassius Clay, died last week at age 74. Ali will be remembered internationally, with many dignitaries expected at his funeral on Friday. VOA's Carolyn Presutti explains why this sports icon's popularity extended far beyond the boundaries of the United States.
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