Colonial past: women abducted from their Congolese mother file a complaint


In tonight’s edition: Five Métis women kidnapped from their mothers in DR Congo as children went to court after prosecuting Belgium for crimes against humanity. The trial is the first of its kind. About 15,000 biracial children have been forcibly separated from their black mothers in the former Belgian colonies of DR Congo, Rwanda and Burundi. They were called children of sin and thrown into orphanages by the state.


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