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  • Haudenosaunee passports final accepted for I-Nats

    Haudenosaunee passports final accepted for I-Nats0

    Team Iroquois always get extra attention at the World Men’s Lacrosse Championships held this year in Israel. Players and lacrosse fans around the world recognize the Haudenosaunee as the originators of what they call, “Creators Game.” Early French missionaries saw that the sticks they used in this strange game were shaped like Bishops crooks, giving

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  • Judge blocks conspiracy evidence in Standing Rock case0

    MANDAN, ND – A North Dakota judge on Wednesday limited the amount of information the governor’s office can be asked to give attorneys for an American Indian activist accused of inciting a riot during protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline. Judge Lee Christofferson also said he plans to deny a defence motion to force

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  • Sound used as a weapon?

    Sound used as a weapon?0

    Diplomats and Embassy workers in Havana, Cuba have fallen ill to a series of strange ailments that leaves them deaf and nauseous. Officials suspect they may have been the targets of some kind of secret sub-sonic weapon, employed by the Cuban Military. The symptoms began in November of 2016, shortly after the US elected Donald

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  • Canada’s first clinical trial to study medical cannabis and PTSD

    Canada’s first clinical trial to study medical cannabis and PTSD1

    University of British Columbia BRITISH COLUMBIA – Tilray, medical marijuana producers, and the University of British Columbia (UBC) announced today that patient recruitment for Canada’s first clinical trial to evaluate the therapeutic potential of medical cannabis, as treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) will begin this month. This trial will be one of the world’s

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  • UN body says Sioux must have say in pipeline project

    UN body says Sioux must have say in pipeline project3

      The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe must have a say with regard to a $3.8 billion oil pipeline that could disturb sacred sites and impact drinking water for 8,000 tribal members, representatives of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues said Wednesday. In a statement, the forum’s chairman Alvaro Pop Ac called on the

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  • 12,300 year old fire pit found in northern Utah

    12,300 year old fire pit found in northern Utah0

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – An ancient tribal fire pit with tools, a spear tip and tobacco seeds that archaeologists say dates back 12,300 years was recently discovered on a military testing range in northern Utah. An archaeological team this month uncovered the hearth at Hill Air Force Base’s Utah Test and Training Range,

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