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Republican investigation links Russian trolls to #NoDAPL movement
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Republican investigation links Russian trolls to #NoDAPL movement (March 1, 2018)

The movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline originated in Indian Country but some on Capitol Hill are seeing links from somewhere far, far away.

Associated Press forced to debunk article about Trump and Indians
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Associated Press forced to debunk article about Trump and Indians (February 28, 2018)

An obviously fake article on a satirical website had to be debunked, again, after it claimed President Donald Trump wanted to ship Native Americans 'back to where they came from – India.'

Indictment cites 'wokeaztec' account in Russian influence campaign
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Indictment cites 'wokeaztec' account in Russian influence campaign (February 20, 2018)

An agency of the Russian government created fake accounts in order to promote Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton, according to a federal indictment.

President Trump doesn't seem to know where Dakota Access Pipeline goes
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President Trump doesn't seem to know where Dakota Access Pipeline goes (July 14, 2017)

President Donald Trump thinks the Dakota Access Pipeline has something to do with Russia. And Hillary Clinton.

President Trump fires director of Federal Bureau of Investigation
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President Trump fires director of Federal Bureau of Investigation (May 10, 2017)

James Comey visited several reservations during his tenure and linked high rates of violent crime to complex jurisdictional issues in Indian Country.

Doug George-Kanentiio: Indigenous peoples converge on United Nations for key milestone
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Doug George-Kanentiio: Indigenous peoples converge on United Nations for key milestone (May 2, 2017)

The Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was the culmination of decades of work by indigenous peoples to secure a permanent presence before the United Nations.

William Hensley: An Inupiaq perspective on the history of Alaska
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William Hensley: An Inupiaq perspective on the history of Alaska (March 30, 2017)

In a way, there are two histories of how Alaska came to be American – and two perspectives.

Tim Giago: There's a smell of treason in the air in nation's capital
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Tim Giago: There's a smell of treason in the air in nation's capital (March 27, 2017)

Things in Washington are beginning to smell a lot like Watergate.

Mary Annette Pember: Memorial to Indian genocide eyed in Russia
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Mary Annette Pember: Memorial to Indian genocide eyed in Russia (February 5, 2016)

The Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation recently announced a proposal to build a memorial commemorating the genocide of American Indians in front of the American Embassy in Moscow.

Mark Trahant: Challenges and opportunities for indigenous people
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Mark Trahant: Challenges and opportunities for indigenous people (October 27, 2015)

A changing Arctic? It’s a region that presents incredible challenges and opportunities for Indigenous People.

David Ramseur: Ease travel for Natives in Alaska and in Russia
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David Ramseur: Ease travel for Natives in Alaska and in Russia (August 4, 2015)

For thousands of years, Eskimos traveled freely in walrus-hide boats to harvest the region’s rich marine mammals and visit relatives on both sides.

Team to look for signs of Native massacre at hands of Russians
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Team to look for signs of Native massacre at hands of Russians (April 7, 2014)

A team of archaeologists, geologists and biologists will look for signs of a massacre of Alaska Natives in the Aleutian islands.

Research ties Native Americans to indigenous people in Siberia
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Research ties Native Americans to indigenous people in Siberia (March 14, 2014)

Researchers who analyzed indigenous languages in the U.S., Canada and Siberia say their ancestors once lived together in the Bering Strait before migrating to their present locations.

NPR: Indigenous Saami worried about Russia'a claim to the Arctic
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NPR: Indigenous Saami worried about Russia'a claim to the Arctic (August 16, 2011)

"The Russian Arctic has the scars of history. The northwest, around the port city of Murmansk, was pummeled by Adolf Hitler's forces during World War II. The Arctic was also...