We who were outlaws not so long ago, have today been given the rare privilege to be host to the nations of the world on our own soil.
Q -1)Whom does we refer to ?
Q_2)why does the speaker considered being host to the nation on his own soil a 'rare privilege'?
Q-3) why had they been given such a privilege that day ?
Q-4) why were 'they' considered outlaws ?

Ans : 1) the people.
Ans : 2) because to stand as a leader or host a programme for our own country will be an honourable event.
Ans : 3) because they had achieved a common victory for justice,for peace and for human dignity.
Ans : 4) mostly the black people were remarked as outlaws because white people ignored them and was not gien any freedom or respect.
 

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