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6 Oct
Many people, who are familiar with the history of British colonialism in Africa, will be surprised about the genuine affection that many Africans felt about the late Elizabeth II, the Queen of England and Head of the United Kingdom.
19 Sep
Spain's disgraced former king Juan Carlos I and his successor attended the funeral of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II on Monday, in a sign of public rapprochement.
19 Sep
The laying to rest of Queen Elizabeth II, whose 70-year reign witnessed the aftermath of World War II, the Cold War, and dizzying technological change, marks a further step in a leave-taking with the 20th century.

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