Barbados breaks away from the Queen, becomes a republic

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With the stroke of midnight, Barbados cut its last remaining bonds to the British monarchy after nearly 400 years. In a ceremony on Monday evening, Prince Charles acknowledged the “appalling atrocity of slavery” as the nation removed Queen Elizabeth II as head of state and inaugurated its first-ever President.

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