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World - Region
12/6/2023 10:02:26 AM
From meditation to spiritual guidance to indigenous hymns, the vibe in the "faith pavilion" at COP28 is a little different from elsewhere at the high-stakes UN climate talks in Dubai.

Opinion -
11/28/2023 12:16:00 PM
For decades, the struggle for national liberation in Palestine was rightly understood to be part and parcel of a global struggle for liberation, mainly in the Global South.

World - Region
7/30/2023 12:12:39 PM
An Israeli court has given the go-ahead for the forced eviction of 500 indigenous Palestinian Bedouins in the Naqab region, Amnesty International said in a report highlighting the deep discrimination and apartheid that Palestinian citizens of Israel are experiencing, reported the Palestinian News and Agency, WAFA.

World - International
6/10/2023 6:32:16 PM
Four Indigenous children who had been missing for more than a month in the Colombian Amazon rainforest were found alive and flown to the capital Bogota early Saturday.

Life & Style - Style
5/15/2023 5:08:13 PM
Advertising by Cartier with images of an Indigenous people devastated by illegal gold mining has some complaining of greenwashing, a corporation promoting its own image by supporting a cause.

COP27 - Sharm El-Sheikh
11/14/2022 3:10:30 PM
11-year-old indigenous Indian climate activist Licypriya Kangujam, one of the youngest climate activists in the world, attended the COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh. She sent a message to our world leaders on Day 9 of the climate conference.

COP27 - Sharm El-Sheikh
11/12/2022 2:33:42 PM
Wearing a traditional feathered headdress, Zé Bajaga Apurinã travelled to the 2022 UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Sharm El-Sheikh to deliver a message about the negative effects of climate change on the lives of his people in Brazil.

World - International
9/15/2022 9:34:17 PM
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will travel to London with four former Canadian prime ministers as well as indigenous leaders for Queen Elizabeth II's funeral, his office announced Thursday, hours after Trudeau and Canada's opposition leaders paid tribute to her during a special session of Parliament.

World - International
9/5/2022 11:39:00 AM
A stabbing spree in an Indigenous community and a nearby town in Canada's Saskatchewan province left at least 10 people dead and 15 wounded on Sunday, police said, as they launched a manhunt for two suspects in one of the nation's deadliest incidents of mass violence.

World - International
7/26/2022 10:12:23 AM
Pope Francis on Monday apologized for the "evil" inflicted on the Indigenous peoples of Canada on the first day of a visit focused on addressing decades of abuse at Catholic-run residential schools.

World - International
7/24/2022 10:50:11 AM
Pope Francis began a fraught visit to Canada on Sunday to apologize to Indigenous peoples for abuses by missionaries at residential schools, a key step in the Catholic Church's efforts to reconcile with Native communities and help them heal from generations of trauma.

World - International
7/17/2022 4:03:24 PM
Pope Francis on Sunday asked for prayers to accompany him on what he called his ``penitential'' pilgrimage to Canada to apologize to Indigenous groups for abuses inflicted by the Catholic church.

Sports - World
5/26/2022 11:47:43 AM
Running around barefooted on a dust bowl of a pitch, a young indigenous Colombian began kicking a ball more than 20 years ago. Now that boy, Luis Diaz, is on the verge of becoming champion of Europe with Liverpool.

World - Africa
1/13/2022 5:38:29 PM
The leader of an indigenous South African group was released on bail on Thursday, one day after his dramatic arrest for growing marijuana outside the president's office in a years-long protest.

World - International
12/21/2021 7:29:27 PM
Hundreds of indigenous people defied a state of siege on Tuesday and blocked a major road in Guatemala's west for the second successive day, demanding the government resolve a bloody century-old land dispute.

World - International
11/7/2021 2:11:01 PM
John Kerry is everywhere and on the move at a fateful UN climate summit. President Joe Biden's envoy at the talks in Glasgow, Kerry steams from side talks with US rivals China and Russia that painstakingly probe for common ground on climate to news conferences extolling progress. Kerry pops into project launches, rewarding CEOs and bankers for emissions-cutting efforts with high-level face time and praise. The lanky envoy smiles for a photo with Indigenous women from Brazil, their feather headdresses barely reaching his chin.

World - International
11/2/2021 11:14:27 AM
A coalition of governments and private funders announced plans at COP26 Monday to invest $1.7 billion to aid Indigenous communities and protect biodiverse tropical forests in the next four years.

World - International
7/6/2021 9:14:28 PM
"Today, after 154 years, our country takes a historic step," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Trudeau told a news conference. "I cannot think of a better person to meet the moment."

World - International
6/27/2021 1:47:19 PM
St. Ann's Catholic Church on the Upper Similkameen Indian Band and the Chopaka Catholic Church on the Lower Similkameen Indian Band were set ablaze less than an hour apart in the early morning

World - International
6/6/2021 2:11:27 PM
Pope Francis on Sunday expressed sorrow over the discovery in Canada of the remains of 215 Indigenous students of church-run boarding schools but didn't offer the apology

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