Eye on Africa – As Queen Elizabeth II is buried, victims of colonization speak out


While Queen Elizabeth II is buried, some do not mourn the late monarch. Our reporters talk to survivors of the Mau Mau Uprising in the 1950s, when about a million people in Kenya were sent to concentration camps by British colonial troops. Senegal will also have a new prime minister as part of a government reshuffle. And the leader of the Tunisian opposition party, Rached Ghannouchi, is being questioned by police, a move that has sparked protests. .


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