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France signs agreement to return 26 colonial-era treasures to Benin


The French and Beninese Ministers of Culture sign an act of transfer of ownership from France to Benin, allowing 26 colonial-era treasures from the kingdom of Abomey to return to their country after nearly 130 years of absence. IMAGES

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