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ICTMN Staff
10/18/12
The stone carvings had been in Morroco’s High Atlas mountains for 8,000 years, and now they are lost forever—destroyed by Salafists, Muslims who believe in an interpretation of Isl...
Simon Moya-Smith
10/15/12
Since 2009 Nathan Bruce Duthu, an enrolled member of the United Houma Nation of Louisiana, has been the Samson Occom Professor of Native American studies and the chair of the Nativ...
ICTMN Staff
10/14/12
On September 22, Kelsey Leonard became the first Native American woman to graduate from England’s Oxford University...
David P. Ball
10/14/12
As the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812’s first major battle approached, Native peoples on both sides of the U.S.–Canada border were gearing up for some historic commemorations...
Linda Daniels
10/13/12
Women elders, who are members of a community led campaign to save a shallow wetland, used the celebration of Women's Day in South Africa on August 9th to highlight their objection ...
ICTMN Staff
10/11/12
It’s rare to catch a spider in the act of killing a bug—and rarer still for a drop of resin to engulf the arachnid as it's on the verge of pouncing...
Rick Kearns
10/10/12
The Kichwa people of Sarayaku, Ecuador won two major victories this year: in April, for the first time in their history, the government of Ecuador acknowledged responsibility for i...
ICTMN Staff
10/10/12
Yesterday CNN.com reported that they had obtained a summary of Eric Nordstrom’s, former chief security officer for U.S...
ICTMN Staff
10/10/12
The carcasses are being examined of whales that have been found dead this month on both Atlantic coasts—one off Boston, in the U.S., and two more off England...
ICTMN Staff
10/10/12
Archaeologists in Guatemala believe they’ve discovered the tomb of Lady K’abel, military ruler of the Wak, or “Centipede” kingdom, during the seventh-century...

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