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Artist Banksy has new take on toppled statue of English slave trader

Reuters Tuesday, 9 June 2020
The toppling of a statue of a 17th century slave trader in the English port city of Bristol was hailed by some as a long-overdue reckoning with Britain's imperalist past and denounced by others as a criminal act.
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News video: Toppled slave trader statue lifted out of Bristol Harbour

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The statue of slave trader Edward Colston that was pulled down during an anti-racism demonstration has been lifted out of Bristol Harbour.

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