More than 2 million Africans, civilians and soldiers alike, were killed in World War I. In Europe and in Africa itself, thousands of Africans were forced into service for their colonial masters. The consequences are still in evidence today.
Robert Mugabe's long-time confidante, Jesuit priest Fidelis Mukonori, shares with DW his recollections of the late former Zimbabwean president.
DW spoke with Benny Wenda about escalating conflict in Indonesia after authorities called Papuan students monkeys. Wenda said the region has been colonized twice over with epidemic police brutality and military violence.
The body of Zimbabwe founding leader Robert Mugabe has arrived back in the country, to be welcomed with a guard of honor. However, discord prevails over both the former strongman's legacy and his proposed burial site.
Equal rights for Africans in Germany and the colonies — that's what 18 Africans demanded 100 years ago. A plaque in Berlin commemorates the long-forgotten Dibobe Petition.
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