King Charles acknowledges (sort of) history of colonialism in visit to Kenya

The World

King Charles is in Kenya on a four-day official visit, his first state trip to an African country since ascending the throne last September. This year, Kenya celebrates 60 years of independence from British rule. King Charles is expected to acknowledge abuses perpetrated by British authorities during the colonial era. But as The World's Orla Barry reports, for many Kenyans, an acknowledgement is far from enough.

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