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French MPs approve return of looted artefacts to Benin, Senegal

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French MPs approve return of looted artefacts to Benin, Senegal

French MPs approve return of looted artefacts to Benin, Senegal

French legislators have unanimously passed a law to allow the return of 27 African antiques stolen from Senegal and Benin about 150 years ago.


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