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African nations demand Trump apology over slur

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African Union countries have demanded that Donald Trump "retract and apologise" for comments reportedly referring to African nations as "shitholes".

Donald Trump must apologise for comments - African Union

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The African Union, representing 55 member states, is furious over a reported slur by the US leader.

Donald Trump 's***hole' storm: African Union calls for US leader to apologise after immigration outburst

The African Union has demanded that Donald Trump apologises after he reportedly called nations on the continent "s***holes".

BBC: African Union says Donald Trump must apologise for comments

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The organisation representing African countries has demanded that US President Donald Trump apologise after he reportedly called nations on the continent “sh*tholes”. Read more here

African Union: Trump 's***hole' remarks dishonor 'American creed'

The Hill

The African Union is demanding an apology from President Trump after his vulgar remarks that the United States should not accept immigrants from "shithole" countries.The group, which represents the 55 countries on the African continent,…

African Union, African UN envoys demand Trump apology

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The African Union, a group representing the continent's countries, and African ambassadors to the United Nations, sharply denounced US President Donald Trump's reference to African nations as "shitholes" and called on him to retract his…

African countries unite at UN against Trump slur

The Hindu

Fifty-four countries demand an apology from the US President following his reported ‘racist and xenophobic’ remarks on immigration

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