SOURCE: New York Times
by Kavena Hambira and Miriam Gleckman-Krut
"To begin to atone for its Namibian genocide, Germany must negotiate directly with descendants of survivors — and commit to wide-ranging reparations."
The BBC editorializes that the German government's apologies for its genocidal repression in southwest Africa is more public relations than reparation.
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