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In Martinique, descendants of slaves seek redress

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It’s a trial for history: in Martinique, descendants of slaves demand accountability from the French state. The post-abolition was not well managed for the former slaves, according to a group of lawyers from Martinique, Guyana, but also from several African countries.

In Reunion, the coastal road is not yet practicable and is proving even more expensive than expected. Analyzes show that the protective measures were poorly put.

In Guyana, Auplata Mining’s gold mine in Saint-Élie is due to close soon, plunging the 90 employees into uncertainty. A closure linked to a court decision challenged by local authorities.

Also in Guyana, a young entrepreneur brings old sneakers back to life by customizing them. The result: unique pieces, art all the way!

From October 20 to 24, the Grand raid de La Réunion is held. Among the participants this year, a visually impaired runner from Réunion. Already a triathlon specialist, he sets out with his valid partner on the famous trail of the island.


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