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African war veterans win battle against France for full pension rights
African veterans who fought for France can now stay in their home-countries and receive pension benefits. The unfair treatment of Africans who fought in French uniform is documented in Omar Sy's latest movie, Father and Soldier.
Ukraine dismantles statue of Russian Empress Catherine the Great
Ukrainians in Odessa voted in November to take down a statue, erected in 1900 on the city's centenary, in response to Russia's invasion.
Renovating Vietnam's 100-year-old French colonial villas
Villas in Vietnam's capital Hanoi built during France's colonial rule have been degraded by age and humidity. Now an extensive restoration and renovation campaign is underway to change the cramped, damp and noisy conditions.
Some EU nations have apologised for their colonial past. Is it enough?
The Netherlands became the latest country to apologise for its historical role in slavery and the slave trade.
Belgium: Three human skulls from the colonial era removed from auction
A Belgian auction house sparks widespread criticism after it placed three human skulls from the colonial era up for sale.
Wellcome Collection closes 'racist, sexist and ableist' display
The display featured items collected during the colonial period.
Rishi Sunak is UK's first Indian-origin PM... and the fourth in Europe
A second un-elected prime minister in a row, Rishi Sunak is making history for Brits with Indian heritage.
Black History Month: why isn't it celebrated more across Europe?
October is officially Black History Month in the UK and Ireland. It's also celebrated in other European countries, but why is the concept not more widely recognised?
Will Camilla wear a diamond stolen from India for her coronation?
The Koh-i-noor was stolen by the British Empire from India in the 19th century. It's now at the centre of a debate as to whether Camilla should wear it.
A new fourth plinth statue has arrived in Trafalgar Square
Samson Kambalu's 'Antelope' has been unveiled in the centre of London as the latest temporary statue to stand upon Trafalgar Square's fourth plinth.
Is King Charles III going to see the end of the Commonwealth?
One of the key features that will define King Charles III's reign will be how Britain's place in the world changes. Is it time for the 14 Commonwealth nations to drop him as their head of state?
Theatre brings voices of partition to life 75 years later
The legacy of the British partition of India lives on 75 years later. A new play in London inspects the impact of that legacy through verbatim performances.
Are enough of the Benin Bronzes being returned?
The artefacts were looted from the kingdom of Benin by British soldiers in the 1800s, now they're returning home.
“We didn't come to Britain from the outside. We came from the inside."
“We didn't come to Britain from the outside. We came from the inside." India and Pakistan's independence is a chance for Britain to reflect on the legacy of colonialism.
Australian senator calls Queen Elizabeth II 'colonising'
Australian Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe was made to retake her oath of office in parliament on August 1, after adding the word “colonising” to the standard text in reference to Queen Elizabeth II.
Macron calls Russia a 'colonial power' in ex-French colony
France's president accused Russia of being "one of the last colonial imperial powers" during a visit to Benin, a former French colony.
Should European museums return African heritage items?
As conversations about decolonisation increase, more museums are considering returning their looted African heritage, but is this the right approach?
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Belgian king expresses 'deepest regrets' for wounds inflicted in Congo
Philippe also offered a traditional mask of the Suku people to Congo's national museum that has been held for decades by Belgium's Royal Museum for Central Africa.
Germany returns stolen colonial treasures to Namibia
The decision to give back the Namibian jewellery coincides with last year's recognition of the German Empire's genocide in the early 20th century.
Protesters interrupt €4.2 million auction of "stolen" 19th-century Gabonese mask
Protesters demanded the return of a ‘stolen’ 19th-century Gabonese mask sold at auction for €4.2 million.