Cachil Dehe Band contributes $50K to Red Cross for disaster aid (12/04)
The Cachil Dehe Band of Wintun Indians, also known as the Colusa Indian Community, donated $50,000 to the American Red Cross.
Prominent leader of tribe in Brazil stabbed to death near home (12/04)
Ambrosio Vilhalva, a prominent leader of the Guarani-Kaiowa Tribe in Brazil, was stabbed to death outside his home.
Hopi Tribe files suit to block auction of sacred property in France (12/03)
The Hopi Tribe of Arizona was in court in France today in hopes of stopping the auction of its sacred property.
Guardian: Peru authorizes oil development in tribal territory (11/26)
The Guardian reports on energy development in the Amazons of Peru.
Chevron fights $9B judgment in case filed by tribe in Ecuador (11/19)
Energy giant Chevron continues to fight a $9 billion judgment awarded to the Cofan people of Ecuador.
In the Loop: Turkey donates $200K to Warm Springs Tribes (11/12)
Turkey’s Agency for Cooperation and Collaboration is awarding $200,000 to the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Reservation in Oregon.
Economist: Tribes go to war as Ecuador pursues development (11/08)
Tribes are caught in the crosshairs as Ecuador seeks to boost logging, mining and other development in the Amazons.
Opinion: Awa Tribe in Brazil fights to protect ancestral lands (11/04)
Writer discusses importance of land to the Awa people in Brazil.
Company stops work on $8.5B mine opposed by tribe in Chile (11/01)
Barrick Gold Corp., the world's largest gold mining company, has suspended work on an $8.5 billion mine that is opposed by the Diaguita Tribe in Chile.
Native Sun News: Oglala Sioux woman gets international honor (10/28)
The 2013 Women’s World Summit Foundation Prize for Women’s Creativity in Rural Life has been bestowed upon an Oglala/Mnicoujou Lakota from South Dakota.
Mexican Indians make up large segment of Native population (10/25)
Indians from tribes based in Mexico make up the fourth largest segment of the American Indian and Native American population, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Indian boys without shoes sweep youth basketball tournament (10/17)
A team of Indian boys from Mexico swept the International Festival of Mini-Basketball, all while playing without shoes.
Onondaga Nation vows to push land claim in international arena (10/16)
The Onondaga Nation of New York said it will take its land claim to the international stage after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case on Tuesday.
Quechua children among victims of deadly bus crash in Peru (10/14)
A bus plunged off a cliff in Peru on Friday night, killing all 51 people on board, including 14 children.
Ashaninka people in Peru face constant threats to homelands (10/10)
The Ashaninka people in Peru have faced continued threats to their homelands over the past three decades.
Opinion: Expansion of park helps 'isolated' tribes in Colombia (10/03)
Mark Plotkin, the president of the Amazon Conservation Team, discusses how land was set aside for isolated tribes in Colombia.
Ex-official in Paraguay accused of stealing $700K due to tribe (09/24)
The former director of the National Indigenous Institute in Paraguay has been accused of stealing $700,000 in government funds that were to be used for a poor, landless tribe.
Opinion: Fake Alaska Native art comes from factories in Bali (09/23)
Writer tracks down fake Alaska Native products to a factory overseas.
Keith Harper set for confirmation hearing to ambassador post (09/20)
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee has scheduled a nomination hearing for Keith Harper, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, for an ambassador-rank post.
Column: Osage Nation threatens legal action over wind farm (09/13)
The Osage Nation of Oklahoma is threatening legal action against a proposed wind farm.
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