Call to protect dying Indigenous Australian languages
Linguists say there is a critical need to preserve Indigenous Australian languages that are in danger of dying out.
Research shows that up to 90 per cent of the world's 7,000 languages could be lost by the end of the century.
Of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages, only 20 from of an original 250 are still widely spoken.
Laguna Niguel, a city whose name is reportedly derived from a village called "Niguili,” was once inhabited by Native Americans who lived on the land and flourished. Some say the land could be sacred and perhaps that is why there have been numerous UFO sightings here in the past decade, and as recently as last month.Let’s Use Alternative Practice To Augment Our Orthodox Medicine–Odikpo
He is a University of Jos trained physician but developed interest in alternative medicine where neither drugs nor surgeries are used in treating patients with arthritis, stroke, vertebral pains among others. Dr Ikechukwu Odikpo spoke with EMMA OKEREH in Abuja. EXCERPTS:Psychics' practices protected by religious rights, lawyers say
What a South Florida family of psychics did for 20 years was criminal fraud, federal prosecutors say. But the Marks family's defense team says it was something very different — religion, free speech and a sincere belief in spiritual healing.Filipino Catholics observe Lent with gory rituals
Hundreds of barefoot Filipinos marched on roads, carrying heavy wooden crosses and whipping their backs until they bled on Thursday in an annual gory religious ritual as the mainly Catholic Philippines observed near the end of the Lenten season.