Germany has apologized for its colonial crimes in Tanzania, including the genocide of the Herero and Nama people in Namibia.
The apology was made by German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock during a visit to Tanzania.
Germany acknowledges that its colonial rule in Tanzania was "a crime against humanity."
Germany apologizes for the "atrocities" that it committed against the Tanzanian people, including forced labor, torture, and murder.
Germany apologizes for taking away the Tanzanian people's land and resources.
Germany says that it is "deeply sorry" for its colonial crimes in Tanzania.
Germany says that it is committed to "healing the wounds of the past" and building a "new relationship" with Tanzania.