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World News

Ecuador Oil Sludge
Duane Champagne
11/23/14
The international community often depends on sporadic experiences and expressions of outrage to support and defend Indigenous Peoples who are subject to land loss, unwanted resourc...
Steve Russell
11/18/14
Bolivia, like the rest of South America, spent almost 300 years enriching the coffers of the Spanish Empire...
ICTMN Staff
11/14/14
President Barack Obama has taken two major steps in the battle against climate change: negotiated an emissions-reduction agreement in secret with China, and pledged to donate $3 bi...
Dina Gilio-Whitaker
11/14/14
In Hawaiian culture, surfing has always been more than a sport...
Rick Kearns
11/13/14
The suicide rate for indigenous people in Brazil is six times higher than that of the general population according to a recently released study...
George Neptune Peace Indaba
Alysa Landry
11/10/14
George Soctomah Neptune, Passamaquoddy, recently spent six frenzied days in Cape Town, South Africa, a city of nearly 4 million people known for its scenic vistas, diverse vegetati...
ICTMN Staff
11/8/14
Rainbows, waterfalls, palm trees and achingly beautiful sunsets abound in this turquoise-sea paradise brought to us by time-lapse photographer Alexander Kodisch...
ICTMN Staff
11/3/14
When it comes to climate, more than ever humanity is at a crossroads, the United Nations reemphasized on November 2...
John Huerta's Elizabeth
Christina Rose
11/1/14
The Day of the Dead has become an increasingly popular celebration, especially in the arts...
Rick Kearns
10/31/14
Russian officials prevented two indigenous leaders from attending the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples this September, according to the leaders and other sources; and charges...

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