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Chagos Islands: Britain Maintains Direct Colonialism in Africa

Britain defiles UN and International Court of Justice to hand over Chagos Islands back to Mauritius.

Chagos Islands: Britain Maintains Direct Colonialism in Africa

Protesters against Britain's continuous control of the Chagos Islands.

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