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An Unnatural History: Hedley Twidle Reviews Henrietta Rose-Innes' Green Lion bit.ly/1PdOM7e http://t.co/NhCHFHl7oG

Nicholas Kotch Reviews Radio Congo: Signals of Hope from Africa’s Deadliest War by Ben Rawlence

Radio Congo: Signals of Hope from Africa's Deadliest WarVerdict: carrot

WHO is to blame for the condition of the Democratic Republic of Congo? There is certainly no shortage of candidates. The list must kick off with King Leopold of the Belgians who helped himself to Africa’s heartland in the 19th century and insisted it was his private property until 1908, when it began its 52 years as a colony.

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