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Cholita wrestlers fight racism in Bolivia
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Thousands protest against Bolsonaro's anti-environment bills in Brazil
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Danish PM apologises to six children over 1950s social experiment
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Australia finally embraces its Indigenous place names
As Australia's borders finally reopen, is the country ready to embrace its Indigenous place names?
Meet the cholita skateboarders breaking down stereotypes in Bolivia
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Avocados are bringing ‘violence and blood’ to this Mexican town
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Peru's Mochica man thrills onlookers with his giant ceramic phallus
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Panama: Indigenous people compete to preserve traditional way of life
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Colombian farmers take on David vs. Goliath fight to stop gold mining
Colombia’s land and communities are under threat from companies looking to extract precious metals.
Dakar carnival highlights cultures of Senegal
Hundreds of people from several Senegalese ethnic groups parade through the streets of the capital for the second edition of the Grand Carnaval de Dakar.
Venezuelan indigenous facing difficult conditions
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Greenlanders seek compensation from Denmark over colonial experiment
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Beef and coffee to be certified ‘deforestation-free’ under new EU law
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