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Leader of Papua New Guinea stands up for country following Biden’s remarks about ‘cannibals’

Prime Minister James Marape of Papua New Guinea defended his country after President Biden’s comments implied that his uncle’s body may have been eaten by cannibals there during World War II. Marape urged the United States to clean up the remnants of the conflict in the region, emphasizing that Papua New Guinea should not be labeled as such. U.S. military records do not mention cannibalism related to the death of Biden’s uncle, and Marape highlighted the dangers of unexploded ordnance still present in the country. Marape called on Biden to address the unresolved mysteries of World War II in Papua New Guinea and ensure that the remains are properly taken care of.


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