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Indigenous Group In Amazon Drop In Body Temperature [Video]

Indigenous Group In Amazon Drop In Body Temperature

New research detected an intriguing change in the average body temperature of the Tsimane people, an indigenous foraging and farming group in the Bolivian Amazon that has recently started to interact..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:32Published
What foods did your ancestors love? | Aparna Pallavi [Video]

What foods did your ancestors love? | Aparna Pallavi

Around the world, Indigenous food cultures vanish because of industrialized agriculture and a shifting, Western-influenced concept of the ideal diet. Food researcher Aparna Pallavi explores why..

Credit: TED     Duration: 14:40Published
Amazon Tribes Being Trained To Use Drones To Monitor The Forest [Video]

Amazon Tribes Being Trained To Use Drones To Monitor The Forest

Indigenous rights’ groups are training tribes in the Amazon to use drones so they can monitor illegal logging in the forest.

Credit: A Plus     Duration: 01:46Published
Ava DuVernay, NBC Team Up For Native American Drama 'Sovereign' | THR News [Video]

Ava DuVernay, NBC Team Up For Native American Drama 'Sovereign' | THR News

Director Ava DuVernay and NBC are teaming up to develop a drama about a Native American family. 'Sovereign' is the first drama about an Indigenous family to be developed for network television.

Credit: The Hollywood Reporter     Duration: 01:16Published
Indigenous Amazonians fighting for lives say battle for rainforest involves whole world [Video]

Indigenous Amazonians fighting for lives say battle for rainforest involves whole world

Many indigenous people to the Amazon are fighting for their lives as their home, the rainforest, is destroyed. They say that the battle to save it involves the whole international community, not just..

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 02:22Published
MARVEL'S VOICES: INDIGENOUS VOICES Trailer [Video]

MARVEL'S VOICES: INDIGENOUS VOICES Trailer

MARVEL'S VOICES: INDIGENOUS VOICES Trailer - Marvel Comics MARVEL CELEBRATES INDIGENOUS HISTORY IN A STAR-STUDDED SPECIAL! Today’s hottest Native American & Indigenous talent make their Marvel..

Credit: Teaser Trailer     Duration: 01:43Published

Watch: Indian Navy's INS Prabal fires anti-ship missile in practice drill, sinks target [Video]

Watch: Indian Navy's INS Prabal fires anti-ship missile in practice drill, sinks target

Indian Navy's missile Corvette INS Prabal fired an anti-ship missile during a practice drill. The missile was launched somewhere from the Arabian Sea. It hit the target with deadly accuracy at maximum..

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 01:38Published
Thousands protest in Bogota against Colombian government [Video]

Thousands protest in Bogota against Colombian government

The indigenous people of Colombia are protesting against the violence to which they are subjected.View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 00:50Published
‘Not even the pandemic’ will stop Colombia protests, leaders say [Video]

‘Not even the pandemic’ will stop Colombia protests, leaders say

Protesters are demanding a guaranteed income, more funding for health and education and an end to gender-based violence.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:23Published
Watch: INS Kavaratti commissioned into Indian Navy by Army Chief in Vizag [Video]

Watch: INS Kavaratti commissioned into Indian Navy by Army Chief in Vizag

INS Kavaratti was commissioned into Indian Navy by Army Chief General MM Naravane at Visakhapatnam’s Naval Dockyard on October 22. It is the last of four indigenously-built ASW under ‘Project 28’..

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 01:08Published
Indigenous Colombians protest in Bogota demanding audience with country's president [Video]

Indigenous Colombians protest in Bogota demanding audience with country's president

Thousands of indigenous Colombians lined the streets of Bogota on October 19 demanding an audience with President Ivan Duque.

Credit: Newsflare STUDIO     Duration: 02:30Published
Jio, Qualcomm align efforts on 5G, achieve over 1Gbps speed in trials in US [Video]

Jio, Qualcomm align efforts on 5G, achieve over 1Gbps speed in trials in US

Qualcomm Technologies and Reliance Jio on October 21 announced they achieved over a 1 Gbps milestone speed on the Jio 5GNR solution, leveraging the Qualcomm 5G RAN Platforms. Qualcomm and Jio along..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:10Published
Indigenous Colombians demand end to violence [Video]

Indigenous Colombians demand end to violence

Thousands of indigenous people took to Bogota streets on Monday to demand an end to violence against social leaders and mass killings. Emer McCarthy reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:31Published
Luis Arce presumed winner of Bolivia presidential election [Video]

Luis Arce presumed winner of Bolivia presidential election

Rival concedes as Evo Morales’s party celebrates big comeback that could further polarise the nation.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 02:30Published
NZ's next parliament will be most diverse ever [Video]

NZ's next parliament will be most diverse ever

[NFA] New Zealand's next parliament is set to be the most inclusive ever, with several people of color, members from the rainbow communities and a high number of women. Emer McCarthy reports.

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 01:26Published
Indigenous Colombians protest to demand end to drug violence [Video]

Indigenous Colombians protest to demand end to drug violence

Indigenous Colombians and their supporters attend march in Bogota seeking an end to drug violence in their territories.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 01:46Published
Indigenous Colombians travel to Bogota in bid to meet president [Video]

Indigenous Colombians travel to Bogota in bid to meet president

Thousands visit capital city to vent anger about increasing violence affecting their communities.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 01:32Published
COVID-19 Is Hitting Minnesota’s Indigenous People Especially Hard [Video]

COVID-19 Is Hitting Minnesota’s Indigenous People Especially Hard

New numbers show Indigenous people in Minnesota are getting hit especially hard by COVID, Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield reports (2:05).WCCO 4 News at 6 – Oct. 15, 2020

Credit: CBS 4 WCCO Minnesota     Duration: 02:05Published
The rickshaw classroom for indigenous kids [Video]

The rickshaw classroom for indigenous kids

A group of Filipino teachers have found an creative way to help children of indigenous communities living in remote mountains north of Manila catch up on their studies under the new norms of pandemic..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:44Published
Unlocking The Potential For Young Women To Lead // Maia Impact School [Video]

Unlocking The Potential For Young Women To Lead // Maia Impact School

The Maia Impact School is the first of its kind, lead by indigenous women, helping the women of tomorrow lead our world! Visit MaiaImpact.org to learn more

Credit: 7News - The Denver Channel     Duration: 03:15Published
Crowds in New Mexico topple Santa Fe Plaza obelisk during demonstrations on Indigenous People’s Day [Video]

Crowds in New Mexico topple Santa Fe Plaza obelisk during demonstrations on Indigenous People’s Day

This was the moment a famous landmark in Santa Fe, New Mexico, was toppled by protesters during demonstrations on Indigenous People’s Day on Monday (October 12).

Credit: Newsflare STUDIO     Duration: 00:41Published
Wanted to increase indigenous content in Nirbhay Missile: DRDO Chief on technical snag [Video]

Wanted to increase indigenous content in Nirbhay Missile: DRDO Chief on technical snag

DRDO Chief G Satheesh Reddy on October 14 said that Nirbhay sub-sonic cruise Missile has successfully completed all its development trials. "Nirbhay has been flight-tested earlier and has successfully..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:01Published
Most of the indigenous systems in BrahMos functioned to full satisfaction: DRDO Chief [Video]

Most of the indigenous systems in BrahMos functioned to full satisfaction: DRDO Chief

India successfully tested BrahMos supersonic cruise missile with indigenous incorporated systems on September 30. Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) Chief Dr G Satheesh Reddy said,..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:06Published
Renaming Columbus Day [Video]

Renaming Columbus Day

A local historian gives us a deeper look into the explorer's past and makes a case for renaming the holiday.

Credit: FOX 4 Now Florida     Duration: 02:37Published
12 individuals taken into custody after border wall protest [Video]

12 individuals taken into custody after border wall protest

U.S. Customs and Border Protection say 12 individuals were taken into custody following a border wall protest Monday morning.

Credit: KGUN, Tucson, AZ     Duration: 01:46Published

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$14 trillion investor coalition puts Australia's miners on notice over Indigenous rights

Dozens of global investors have written to Australian mining giants describing Rio Tinto's blasting of ancient Aboriginal rock shelters as a wake-up call.
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San Francisco archbishop asks DA to prosecue statue vandalism

Denver Newsroom, Oct 28, 2020 / 03:56 pm (CNA).- Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco has asked the Marin County district attorney to prosecute those arrested after an Oct. 12 riot at a..
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‘Sometimes People Have Trouble Imagining Indigenous People In The Future’: Author Rebecca Roanhorse On New Book ‘Black Sun’

The indigenous author discusses her new book "Black Sun" and why people have trouble imagining indigenous people in the future.
cbs4.com - Published Also reported by •CBS 2

Saskatoon businesswoman Heather Abbey won $21,500 US on Wheel of Fortune. Now people want her to pay her debts

Controversial Saskatoon businesswoman Heather Abbey won $21,500 US on Wheel of Fortune Tuesday night. Now, Indigenous artists who say she owes them money from a failed trade mission to Japan want her..
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This isn’t just about a tree, it's about Indigenous recognition

Aboriginal people have lost faith in the Andrews Labor government, and in the Victorian Treaty process.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Daniel Andrews defends cutting down sacred tree for highway upgrade

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has defended the decision to cut down a sacred 350-year-old Indigenous tree for a Victorian highway upgrade. Premier Andrews said traditional owners of the land were..
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VRX Silica halted with announcement pending on Muchea mining lease application

VRX Silica Ltd (ASX:VRX) is in trading halt with an announcement pending in relation to a mining lease application for the Muchea Silica Sand Project in Western Australia. The trading halt will remain..
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'White privileged sport': Australian cricket confronts race issues

The comments were made by young Indigenous activist in the latest episode of a Cricket Australia panel series discussing systemic racism in Australian society.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Sacred 350-year-old Indigenous tree cut down for Victorian highway upgrade, activists report

A centuries-old tree has been cut down along Victoria’s Western Highway, according to activists who had set up camp to protect sacred trees from the highway upgrade project.
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Coroner must have independent investigative powers to probe Indigenous deaths in custody, inquiry hears

Australia's first Indigenous SC says the NSW coroner should be able to independently investigate and collect evidence on Indigenous deaths in custody.
SBS - Published

Boost coroner's heft: custody deaths probe

Australia's first Indigenous SC says the NSW coroner should be able to independently investigate and collect evidence on Indigenous deaths in custody.
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Watch: Indigenous Deaths in Custody inquiry

A NSW parliamentary inquiry is being held into First Nations people in custody and Oversight and Review of Deaths in Custody.
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From the Archives, 1985: Uluru returned to traditional owners

Thirty-five years ago, in a symbolic moment for Indigenous land rights, the Governor-General ceremoniously handed freehold title to Uluru back to its 200 traditional owners.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

WBBL won't take a knee, but will instead conduct pre-game Indigenous ceremonies

As Australian sport grapples with how to acknowledge the Black Lives Matter movement, WBBL players are continuing a rite that started last season.
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Peter Garrett's playlist : 21 top Indigenous acts to tune into

The singer reveals the Indigenous artists on his playlist on the eve of the release of the new Midnight Oil album, The Makaratta Project.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

S&P/ASX 200 dips 0.27% as Trump, Biden face off in final election debate

S&P/ASX 200 (INDEXASX:XJO) was down 0.27% to 6157 points at about 1.10 pm and is on track for its first weekly decline in three weeks. Materials fell the most with the big miners weighing on the..
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Indigenous voice report handed to minister Ken Wyatt after criticism of 'flawed' process

Federal government minister Ken Wyatt has been handed an interim report on a Voice for Indigenous Australians after many months of co-design meetings.
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Indigenous voice report handed to minister

Federal government minister Ken Wyatt has been handed an interim report on a Voice for Indigenous Australians after many months of co-design meetings.
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'Disturbing' delay in recruiting Indigenous Murray Darling board member

A year after the government mandated Aboriginal representation on the Murray Darling Basin Authority board, an Indigenous member is still to be appointed.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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