Al Jazeera reports that the Berlin-based Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, which manages the German capital’s many museums, said on Monday it had entered into negotiations on the returns of artefacts to Namibia, Tanzania and Cameroon. Among the artefacts to be returned are 23 items, including jewellery, tools and fashion items, stolen from Namibia during the colonial period from 1884 to 1919, that were sent to Namibia last month for research purposes but will now remain here.
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