Peruvian Indigenous Community Release Detained Officials After Reaching Agreement
Members of an indigenous group in the Peruvian Amazon have released eight detained officials after reaching an agreement with the president of state-owned oil firm Petroperú.Amazonian Tribe in Peru Takes Hostages After Oil Spill
An indigenous community in the Peruvian Amazon took at least eight public officials hostage to demand help from the central government after an oil spill polluted its lands, authorities said Monday.Thompson Rivers University Provides $20k to Build Sweat Lodge
Thompson Rivers University is providing a $20,000 grant and a parcel of land to support an aboriginal student's plan for a sweat lodge on campus.
"There's no place for First Nations to practise our spirituality."
An indigenous activist in Honduras who won a prestigious international environmental prize for fighting a dam project despite continued threats was assassinated on Thursday in her hometown, officials said.It's official: Native Americans and Siberians are Cousins
An international group of geneticists has conclusively proven that the Aztecs, Incas, and Iroquois are closely related to the Altai peoples of Siberia and Australia.