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-  Rokhaya Diallo : « Laurence Rossignol devrait suivre un cours intensif d’histoire de l’esclavage » (April 2016)
-  White employees of racism watchdog ’earn £3,000 more annually than black colleagues’ (March 2016)
-  Battle over colonial-era street names in Berlin (March 2016)
-  Mother of murdered Stephen Lawrence: Racism still ’quite rife’ in Britai (March 2016)
-  Lazio facing racism probe over monkey chants (March 2016)
-  I’m Irish but I’m not white. Why is that still a problem as we celebrate the Easter Rising? (March 2016)
-  On slavery remembrance day, UN chief shines a light on African diaspora’s legacy (March 2016)
-  The Council of Europe backs reparations for slavery and colonialism for the first time(March 2016)
-  Congo-born priest quits over racist threats (March 2016)
-  Black London MP reveals ’racism of fellow MP ’who assumed she was a cleaner’(March 2016)
-  Collectif contre le Contrôle au Faciès : Les maux du déni (March 2016)
-  London student ’racially ridiculed’ with blackface Nutella photo for twice failing degree (February 2016)
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-  "Y’a bon Banania, y’a pas bon Taubira": l’abbé Beauvais condamné en appel (February 2016)
-  Government Launches Review Into Racial Discrimination In The Workplace(February 2016)
-  ’Black graduates paid less per hour than white people,’ says trade union (February 2016)
-  Another racially-based provocation by Buonanno (January 2016)
-  Mother threatens to sue over teacher who called her son ‘monkey’ in front of class (January 2016)
-  Family of burned bus driver to sue Met over ’failures’ (January 2016)

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