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a new version of tintin stories in the congo 

Celebrates personal cartoons Tintin 90th birthday this year with a controversial format after posting an innovative Belgian personal heirs airgih new version of the story of "Tintin in the Congo" is back in 1930 he faced accusations of racism.


Tintin is a fictional character from the adventures of Tintin series of famous novels lhergih. Tintin enterprising journalist finds resolve difficult issues always help his friend Captain Haddock is famous for his love of good wine and Professor tornsol or ' permanent ' man Professor Sarhan, dog ' Melo '.

The adventures of Tintin (French) Les Aventures de Tintin is a series of graphic novels written by Belgian author Georges Remi (1907-1983) better known as Hergé, considered one of the most popular comic series in Europe in the twentieth century was translated to more than 50 different languages, Until the year 2003 had printed more than 200 million copies around the world.
The boy's adventure is a journalist with the Belgian colony Congo at the time, one of the first stories published by airgih, and the Foundation run by his widow, published in the new digital version of the colors to celebrate the birth of ' Tintin ' 90.

A Belgian Court rejected an attempt by Congolese campaigns organizers about a decade ago to ban the book. The judges said the story reflected colonial behavior in time and that there is no evidence that airgih, who died in 1983 at the age of 75 years, were his racist views.
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