Dutch Government apologises for 1947 Indonesia massacre
9 December 2011 Last updated at 15:57 GMT
The Dutch government has apologised for the 1947 massacre committed by its soldiers in Indonesia.
As many as 430 men and boys were rounded-up and killed in the village of Rawagede, as Indonesia fought for independence and the Dutch were clinging to their retreating colonial empire.
Families of those killed attended a ceremony at the site of the killings, now known as Balongsari.
Karishma Vaswani reports.