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Roald Dahl's family has apologised for anti-Semitic comments made by the best-selling author, who died in 1990.
A statement condemning Dahl's controversial comments, made in two interviews in 1983 and 1990, was published on his official website.
In a discreet part of the website, his family and the Roald Dahl Story Company "deeply apologise for the lasting and understandable hurt caused".
It said his "prejudiced remarks stand.. in marked contrast to the man we knew".
The statement, which is undated, was spotted by the Sunday Times.