In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- And we are united on the issue that the Atlantic slave trade was a crime against humanity.
- The slave trade was a horrible stain on our country's history, but we need to move on in order for us to achieve.
- This figure does not include the Arab slave trade nor the flourishing trade in slaves within Africa.
- In order to white-wash the European slave trade, they find it convenient to start by minimising the numbers concerned.
- Muslims were involved in the trans-Saharan slave trade, as well as more legitimate trade.
- While Europeans conducted the slave trade, Africans too were responsible for it.
- The slave trade and ivory attracted the interest of other European countries.
- The prize these early imperialists craved was control of the West African slave trade.
- The South African document singles out the trans-Atlantic slave trade for censure.
- Even the African slave trade enriched the rulers and merchants who supplied the slaves.
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