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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Janay Jumping Eagle is on a mission to curb teen suicide in her hometown on South Dakota's Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Dahkota Brown of the Wilton Band of Miwok Indians in...
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Foreigners are spooked as Indonesia's Muslim parties gain ground in their campaign to ban booze. In 1918, the Dutch government established the Alcoholbes trijdings Commissie​ to investigate the abuse...
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Santa Fe nurse's firing sparks complaint from unionSanta Fe nurse's firing sparks complaint from union A union that represents hundreds of workers at Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center in...
2015/04/25 20:38
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FROM FAR AND WIDE More than 3,000 dancers, drummers and singers representing some 700 tribes from the United States and Canada typically attend the three-day festival in Albuquerque. The competitions...
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Nunaniq senior holds tight to tradition Lifelong resident of Manokotak Lieua Nick is a senior at Nunaniq School where she faces many important decisions for her future. The daughter of Edward Nick,...
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Artist workshops fuse tradition, innovation Workshop participants at First Light in Dillingham last weekend enjoyed community and instruction in creative topics ranging from gutskin sewing to graphic...
2015/04/25 19:57
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THE weather gods held off long enough for the Clarence Valley's latest signature food event, Feast In The Field, to have its full impact on those who attended. More than 50 producers, growers and...
2015/04/25 18:43
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On April 19, 1975, Aryabhata, India’s first satellite, was successfully launched into space with the help of a Russian rocket. It was a free ride offered by Russia to India. Today, India ferries...
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Red telephone boxes, sunlit Beefeater parades, smiling royals: London’s postcards can be misleading. South London artist Gram Hilleard has created a series of postcards showing the city as he sees it:...
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2015/04/25 17:18
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The original intent of the headspace service has been "perverted": Professor John Mendoza, former CEO of the Mental Health Council of Australia. Photo: Glenn Hunt Leading mental health experts have...
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Addis Ababa — The 28 Ethiopian migrants of Christian faith murdered by the Islamic State (IS) on Apr. 19 in Libya had planned to cross the Mediterranean Sea in search of work in Europe. Commenting on...
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There are physicists and astronomers and theologians who ask about the beginning of the universe. There are biologists who ask about the beginning of life. There are philosophers, mythologists and...
2015/04/25 15:40
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Coping with the grave and growing consequences of climate change will be the top priority at the Arctic Council as the chairmanship passes to to the United States from Canada, U.S. State Secretary...
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Melinda Houston: This ABC production is the pick of this week's television highlights for week beginning April 26. 8MMM ABORIGINAL RADIO New series Wednesday, April 29, 9.30pm, ABC 8MMM isn't the...
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Former E Street heart-throb Mal Kennard delves into the darkness to play Ivan Milat in upcoming Channel 7 telemovie KILLING Time’sMal Kennard is preparing to go dark again, after being cast to play...
2015/04/25 13:08
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Share This article Happy DNA Day! Sixty-two years ago today, the DNA double-helix was first released to the public. And roughly 50 years after that paper was published, the first complete sequencing...
2015/04/25 12:29
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Many black South Africans are yet to enjoy the freedom dividend. This is the primary source of their frustration that needs to be addressed urgently. As one of Africa's leading nations, the country...
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Tens of thousands stand in silence at the Dawn Service in Canberra Photo: Ben Westcott More than 100,000 people stood in silence outside the Australian War Memorial in Canberra in the dark, 100 years...
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Eco-consciousness meets contemporary design Hand woven shoulder bags with recycled pull-tab can embellishments by the adopted families of Philippine Christian Foundation. Crafts for a Cause clutch...
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AFPA South African holds a sign as she stands on the side od a road in Sandton, as xenophobic violence continued. Picture: Mujahid Safodien Blantyre - There was an eerie atmosphere in Malawi’s major...
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