Senegal museum traces millions of years of African history

The Museum of Black Civilizations is provoking calls for the return of African artefacts stolen by former colonial slave traders.

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    A new museum has opened in Senegal, tracing millions of years of African history.

    The Museum of Black Civilizations is provoking calls for the return of African artefacts taken away by former colonial slave traders.

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from Dakar.


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