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Britain Apologizes, Pays Compensation for Colonial Abuses in Kenyai
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June 07, 2013 1:11 PM
Britain has apologized and agreed to pay compensation to thousands of veterans of the Mau Mau nationalist uprising in Kenya, which was brutally suppressed by the British colonial government in the 1950s. As Henry Ridgwell reports from London, it could pave the way for further claims against Britain for actions in its former colonies.

Britain Apologizes, Pays Compensation for Colonial Abuses in Kenya

Published June 07, 2013

Britain has apologized and agreed to pay compensation to thousands of veterans of the Mau Mau nationalist uprising in Kenya, which was brutally suppressed by the British colonial government in the 1950s. As Henry Ridgwell reports from London, it could pave the way for further claims against Britain for actions in its former colonies.


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