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Germany to return Benin Bronzes looted during colonial era
Germany’s minister for culture, Monika Gruetters, said the Benin Bronzes were a key test for the way the country deals with its colonial past.
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Polisario Front declares war on Morocco over Western Sahara region
A small part of Western Sahara is controlled by the self-proclaimed Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic. Now their army broke a 29-year-old ceasefire, declaring war on Morocco.
France hands over remains of Algeria's resistance fighters
They were returned to Algeria after 170 years, in the latest move to heal the wounds of France's colonial past.
Belgian king expresses 'deepest regret' for colonial-era cruelty
King Philippe wrote in a letter to Democratic Republic of the Congo President Felix Tshisekedi that the "acts of violence and cruelty" as well as the "suffering and humiliation" inflicted on Belgian Congo "still weigh on our collective memory".
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The legacy of the British Empire can be a source of awkwardness or embarrassment for Britain, but it could also prove to be a source of strength in the future.
A statue of former Belgian King Baudouin defaced with red paint
The statue was daubed with red paint to protest the ex-king's role in the colonisation of what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Tunisian MPs reject asking France to apologise for 'colonial crimes'
The motion did not pass amid fears it would jeopardise relations with France, Tunisia's most important commercial partner.
Assita Kanko: Leopold II is part of the uncomfortable truth of who we are. We can’t erase him ǀ View
As calls to remove statues of Belgium's controversial monarch, Leopold II, grow louder, Assita Kanko warns of the dangers of having a curated and sanitised version of history.
Watch: Statues under attack as Europe confronts colonial past
'The ghost of the past, the colonial past, is still haunting these spaces,' said one historian, speaking of the controversial statues under attack in parts of Europe.
'There's no pride in genocide': Activists want Leopold statues removed
A Belgian anti-racism group says the removal of #KingLeopold statues and other colonial-era monuments should be just the first step in a long-term anti-racist plan.
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Dutch king apologises for colonial killings in Indonesia
Indonesia was under Dutch rule for 350 years. The Dutch military had carried out a series of massacres to crush the resistance against colonial rule.
Colonialism was a 'grave mistake', France's Macron says
Colonialism was a "grave mistake" and a "serious fault made by the French Republic", French president Emmanuel Macron declared on Saturday from Abidjan, Ivory Coast.
UK a 'rogue state' after missing deadline to handover Chagos Islands
The UK has been criticised after missing a deadline set out by the UN to handover control of the Chagos Islands to Mauritius.
Visit the tomb of Angola's spiritual father
If there is one historic Angolan figure every visitor to Angola should know it's Agostinho Neto, Angola's first president.
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Toxic attitudes to refugees and migrants across our country have steadily been on the rise since the Brexit referendum, while our European neighbours are putting us to shame in welcoming refugees in large numbers.
Botswana strikes down colonial-era law and legalises homosexuality
By legalising homosexuality, Botswana has joined other African countries like Angola, Seychelles, Mozambique and South Africa.
Inquiry slams killing of indigenous women as 'Canadian genocide'
A long-awaited report from Canada's national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls will call it a 'Canadian genocide.'
Belgium apologises for abducting mixed-race children in colonial-era
Belgium has for the first time officially acknowledged responsibility for kidnapping thousands of mixed-race children from Congo between 1959 and 1962
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Mexico asks Spain and Vatican to apologise for actions during conquest
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said on Monday that he has written to King Felipe VI and Pope Francis urging them to apologise for "massacres and oppression."
Belgium's Africa Museum promises critical approach to colonial past
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Angkor's 'modern history' with France reveals the politics of art
The Asian Civilisations Museum in Singapore has decided to unveil this extraordinary story with its latest exhibit — and in an interview with Euronews.
The Eusebio legend revealed in new movie "Ruth"
The prodigy's early days were far from straightforward, and his contested transfer from Mozambique to Portugal became a bitter struggle between rivals Benfica and Sporting Lisbon.