Belgian Auction House Cancels Auction Of African Skulls After Public Outcry

An auction house in Belgium was forced to cancel the sale of three skulls of Africans killed during the colonial period in what is now the modern Democratic Republic of Congo, the BBC reported on Thursday.

The skulls, which belonged to people killed between January 1893 and May 1894, were put up for sale by Vanderkindere auction house in Brussels.

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