Cameroonian migrants stranded on an island they had not heard of

Three centuries after Antiguan ancestors have been first pressured to board slave ships from Africa to work on brutal British-owned sugar cane plantations on the island, many have welcomed new ties with the mom nation. The primary constitution flight landed – fittingly – on Independence Day November 1 with a water cannon salute.

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