One of the world's most famous comic book characters was first published 90 years ago.

Generations of young readers around the world have followed Tintin's international escapades.

But some anti-racism campaigners say the books are filled with offensive racial stereotypes.

Al Jazeera's Natacha Butler reports from Belgium.

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