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    Actress Shailene Woodley arrested in North Dakota

    Divergent and Insurgent star Shailene Woodley was arrested while participating in what was described as prayer meetings and attempts to block construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline near Cannonball in North Dakota.

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    Māori should utilise the UNDRIP- Professor Mutu

    The inaugural forum on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) is being held in Auckland tonight, which is nearly 10 years since it was adopted. So what does it mean for New Zealand and what difference has it made?

  3. Video for American government call for temporary halt on Dakota Access Pipeline
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    American government call for temporary halt on Dakota Access Pipeline

    The American government has given the tribe of Standing Rock Sioux a temporary victory after they announced that it would not authorize any further construction of the $3.8 billion pipeline, a short while after a federal judge ruled to keep it going.  

  4. Video for Sioux tribe celebrates as US Government halts Dakota pipeline
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    Sioux tribe celebrates as US Government halts Dakota pipeline

    A Māori lawyer says the Sioux tribe in North Dakota will decide whether their camp opposing an oil pipeline being built through a sacred site is still necessary or not. It follows a joint statement by the US government which called for a temporary stop to construction of the Dakota access pipeline.

  5. Video for Too many Māori and First Nations in jail - Canadian Justice Minister
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    Too many Māori and First Nations in jail- Canadian Justice Minister

    Canada’s first indigenous Attorney General and Minister of Justice Jody Wilson-Raybould says there are too many Māori and First Nation’s people in jail – and she wants to do something about it.

  6. Video for AUT host first Māori and Indigenous performance symposium
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    AUT host first Māori and Indigenous performance symposium

    Auckland University of Technology (AUT) hosts its first Māori and Indigenous performance studies symposium Ka Haka with the aim to empower Māori and indigenous stories with a contemporary twist. Some of the most recognizable names in New Zealand dance and film took part in this conversation.

  7. Video for Dogs attack Dakota pipeline protestors
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    Dogs attack Dakota pipeline protestors

    Native American tribal leaders are disappointed that the US District Court's denial of a temporary restraining order to halt construction of an oil pipeline in North Dakota is putting more sacred places at risk of desecration. Because of this, protesters have put their safety at risk in an attempt to stop further drenching.

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    Standing Rock Sioux disappointed with court ruling over Dakota Access Pipeline

    The Chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux says the denial of a temporary restraining order against Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) west of Lake Oahe in North Dakota puts his people’s sacred places at further risk of desecration.

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    USA Green Party Presidential candidate visits Sacred Stone Camp

    The USA’s Green Party Presidential Candidate, Jill Stein has visited the Sacred Stone Camp in North Dakota to support the call for an end to construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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    Native Americans demand response from North Dakota Governor

    The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe is demanding a response from North Dakota’s Governor Jack Dalrymple after Native Americans attempting to stop construction of the $3.7 billion dollar Dakota Access Pipeline allege they were attacked by dogs and pepper sprayed at the weekend.

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