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Kathleen Noreisch

A special report on global leaders: Tribes still matter | The Economist - 3 views

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    How global leaders tap into diaspora networks
Kathleen Noreisch

The disappearing world of the last of the Arctic hunters | World news | The Observer - 1 views

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    In the first of a series of dispatches, Stephen Pax Leonard reports on the unique culture of the Inughuit as the sea ice that has supported their ancient way of life melts beneath them
Kathleen Noreisch

In a far corner of Greenland, hope is fading with the language and sea ice | World news... - 1 views

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    Climate change, hunting controls and a new consumerism threaten the way of life of the Polar Eskimos of north-west Greenland.
Kathleen Noreisch

Ancient tribal language becomes extinct as last speaker dies | World news | guardian.co.uk - 2 views

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    Death of Boa Sr, last person fluent in the Bo language of the Andaman Islands, breaks link with 65,000-year-old culture.
Charlotte Lemaitre

The mythical European Umma | Khaled Diab | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk - 0 views

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    Given that only about 4% of the EU's population is Muslim, why is the fear of a coming Eurabia so strong in certain quarters?
Kathleen Noreisch

'We are fighting for our lives and our dignity' | Environment | The Guardian - 0 views

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    Across the globe, as mining and oil firms race for dwindling resources, indigenous peoples are battling to defend their lands - often paying the ultimate price
Kathleen Noreisch

Words of warning: 2,500 languages under threat worldwide | World news | The Guardian - 2 views

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    Yesterday, at its headquarters in Paris, Unesco unveiled its first comprehensive and online database of the world's endangered tongues. According to its team of specialists, there are around 2,500 languages at risk, including more than 500 considered "critically endangered" and 199 which have fewer than 10 native speakers.
Richard Allaway

Brazil uses radar to protect isolated tribes | World news | The Guardian - 1 views

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    The Brazilian government has said it will employ heat-seeking radar in a last-ditch attempt to save the country's remaining groups of isolated Indians.
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