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Biodiversity highest on Indigenous-managed lands
More than one million plant and animal species worldwide are facing extinction, according to a recent United Nations report. Now, a new UBC-led study suggests that Indigenous-managed lands may play a critical role in helping species survive.
Iran unveils new indigenous air defense system
Iran unveiled a domestically-designed and manufactured air defense system capable of simultaneously destroying six incoming hostile targets.
Community garden in Chicago aims to protect environment, indigenous culture
Every Sunday for the past month, Native American Chicagoans and Albany Park residents have gathered across the street from the 17th District police station to work on their community garden.
Ancient Australian indigenous site recreated with VR technology
Researchers from Australia's University of Newcastle have digitally mapped and recreated an ancient aboriginal site, allowing users to step 6,500 years back in time using a virtual reality headset.
Indigenous hunters have positive impacts on food webs in desert Australia
Australia has the highest rate of mammal extinction in the world. Resettlement of indigenous communities resulted in the spread of invasive species, the absence of human-set fires, and a general cascade in the interconnected food web that led to the largest mammalian extinction event ever recorded.
Japan to recognize indigenous Ainu people for first time
Japan's government introduced a bill on Friday to recognize the country's ethnic Ainu minority as an ‘indigenous’ people for the first time, after decades of discrimination against the group.
Progress against hunger, poverty hinges on empowering indigenous women
Empowering indigenous women — who have higher malnutrition rates than any other social group and typically earn far less than men — is key to successfully fighting hunger and extreme poverty, the UN agriculture chief has said.
2 indigenous Canadian women file lawsuit against authorities over coerced sterilization
Two Indigenous Canadian women have initiated legal action against authorities over claims that they have been subject to coerced sterilizations, a report says.
India close to launching second indigenous nuke submarine
The Indian Navy is preparing to drop its second nuclear-capable submarine into the open seas within the next month close to the first anniversary of India became the first nation outside the five permanent members of the UN Security Council – Russia, US, UK, France, China – to commission its first homemade nuclear attack submarine.
Yemeni army unveils new indigenous combat, reconnaissance drones
Yemeni army forces have unveiled four domestically-designed and -manufactured drones to collect information on the positions and movements of militiamen loyal to resigned president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi as well as Saudi troops, and carry out aerial attacks against them.
Rouhani prioritizes indigenous space tech.
On the occasion of 9th National Day of Space Technology, President Rouhani stressed the need for reliance on domestic capabilities, while attaching high importance to development of space science in the country.
Iranian Army unveils new indigenous combat, reconnaissance drones
The Iranian Army’s Ground Forces has unveiled two domestically-designed and -manufactured drones on the final day of major military exercises code-named Mohammad Rasoulallah IV (Mohammad, the Messenger of God IV) in southeastern Iran.
Indigenous missile system to be deployed in central Iran: Cmdr.
A high-ranking Iranian military commander says the Islamic Republic plans to deploy a domestically-designed and -manufactured missile system in the central part of the country to improve its air defense power.
Canada discriminates against indigenous kids: Tribunal
The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal has ruled that Ottawa discriminates against aboriginal children by not providing them the same level of child welfare services that exist elsewhere.
Iran unveils indigenous humanoid robot “Sorena III”
An upgraded version of Iran’s first domestically-built humanoid robot named “Sorena III” was unveiled in Tehran on Monday.

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