King Charles III says 'no excuse' for colonial-era abuses in Kenya

In tonight's edition: "There can be no excuse" for British colonial atrocities against Kenyans. Those are the words of King Charles III, who is on a four-day state visit in Kenya. Also, the Springboks get a heroes' welcome after landing in Johannesburg. Thousands came to greet the rugby champions who gave South Africa a fourth World Cup title. And the first Pidgin-language movie is hoping to make it to the Oscars red carpet after submitting "Mami Wata" for best international feature. 

King Charles III says 'no excuse' for colonial-era abuses in Kenya
In tonight's edition: "There can be no excuse" for British colonial atrocities against Kenyans. Those are the words of King Charles III, who is on a four-day state visit in Kenya. Also, the Springboks get a heroes' welcome after landing in Johannesburg. Thousands came to greet the rugby champions who gave South Africa a fourth World Cup title. And the first Pidgin-language movie is hoping to make it to the Oscars red carpet after submitting "Mami Wata" for best international feature. 

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