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March 21, 2014 5:24 PM

The Caribbean’s quest for reparations expands to seek compensation for the genocide of indigenous people

In adopting a 10-point plan for pursuing reparations from former slave-holding European nations, Caribbean governments have opened a little-known chapter about their dark history — the plight of their indigenous people.

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