April 8, 2011

Is Britain to Blame For Her Former Colonies?

Michael White, Politics Blog

AP Photo

Were many Kenyan Kikuyus suspected of involvement in the Mau Mau revolt against British colonial rule in the 1950s subjected to torture and other mistreatment?

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