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Opinion | Europe is making amends for colonial-era crimes. There’s a long way to go.

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The Firstly The restored piece is a saber believed to belong to political leader El Hadj Omar Tall, was granted to Senegal for 5 years, but still belong to to France. Madagascar has been returned Queen Ranavalona III’s crown, is one of the most precious symbols of Malagasy”National pride,” According to Madagascar’s Minister of Culture Lalatiana Andriatongarivo Rakotondrazafy. Furthermore, 26 pieces, called “Behanzin’s Treasure“And kept at the Musée du Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac, so that the people of Beninese can access and return to Benin. But given that the museum owns at least 45,000 pieces of art stolen during the colonial era, as reported by Sarr-Savoye, this doesn’t sound like a revolution.

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