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Wounds of colonialism reopen in Namibia

German apology for massacres poses questions

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / February 8, 2004

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OKAHANDJA, Namibia -- One hundred years ago, the chief of the Herero tribe grew furious over the constant raids by German settlers, who stole land and cattle. He quietly ordered an attack, and over a few days, the Hereros killed an estimated 150 settlers. (Full Article: 1144 Words)

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