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Cameron says colonial massacre in India 'shameful'

British Prime Minister David Cameron visited the site of a colonial-era massacre in India on Wednesday, describing the episode as "deeply shameful" while stopping short of a public apology. On the last leg of a three-day trip aimed at forging deeper economic ties, Cameron took the bold decision to visit the city of Amritsar and tackle an enduring scar of British rule over the subcontinent, which ended in 1947.

Cameron confronts colonial-era massacre in India

British Prime Minister David Cameron travels to the scene of a notorious massacre during colonial times in India on Wednesday in a bid to confront Britain's legacy on the subcontinent. He is on the last leg of a three-day trip aimed at forging deeper economic ties during which he has argued for a closer partnership between Britain and its former colony based on their shared history and common values.
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