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Inuit group votes against supporting Nunavut mine expansion | Environment News

Inuit communities have raised opposition to the proposal to expand an iron ore mine on Baffin Island in northern Canada.…

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Rio Tinto chairman quits over Aboriginal site damage in Australia | Indigenous Rights News

Anglo-Australian mining giant triggered an outcry last year when it blew up the 46,000-year-old rock shelters at Juukan Gorge. The…

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Inuit voices grow louder in fight over Nunavut mine expansion | Environment News

Montreal, Canada – As the mayor of Clyde River, a small Inuit hamlet in the territory of Nunavut in northern…

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Guatemalan genocide survivors march for justice | Crimes Against Humanity News

Guatemala City – Survivors of genocide and other crimes against humanity during Guatemala’s civil war are calling for justice as…

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Inspiring cultures: Bruce Lee’s Fist of Fury dubbed into Noongar | Arts and Culture News

It’s the film that inspired a generation: the flying kicks, the furious punches, the whirlwind sound effects. Fist of Fury…

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Annual march honours missing, murdered Indigenous women in Canada | Indigenous Rights News

On 30th anniversary of Vancouver march, advocates call for action to stem violence against Indigenous women and girls. Over 100…

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Navajo Nation outpaces much of US in delivering COVID vaccines | Coronavirus pandemic News

The Navajo Nation announced on Tuesday it will receive about 29,000 additional doses of COVID-19 vaccines as the tribal area…

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