After long separatist struggle, New Caledonia votes on independence

Queues form at polling stations across New Caledonia as the French archipelago in the South Pacific votes whether to become the world's newest state. No reporter narration.

MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Queues formed at polling stations across New Caledonia on Sunday as the French archipelago in the South Pacific voted whether to become the world’s newest state, a referendum that is the result of a 30-year long decolonization process. It is the first auto-determination vote to be held in a French territory since […]

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