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Isolated Amazonian tribe makes contact with outside

Rio De Janeiro - Members of an isolated tribe have emerged from the Amazon rainforest and made contact with the outside world in a video released by Brazil's indigenous authority.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Outrage in France over vigilante attack on Roma teen

Paris - The brutal beating by vigilantes of a Roma teenager who is now fighting for his life has shocked France, with President Francois Hollande on Tuesday decrying an "unspeakable and unjustifiable" act.
In the Media by Marianne Barriaux (AFP)

Ethnic minorities in focus in British election race

Grays - Feeling "surrounded" by ethnic minorities, retired factory worker Peter Harvey voted for Britain's anti-immigration UK Independence Party (UKIP) in last month's European and local polls and plans to do so again in next year's national election.
In the Media by Mohammed Abbas (AFP)

Crimean Karaites hail Russia's takeover of peninsula

Bakhchysaray - Crimea's tiny 800-strong Karaite minority -- Turkic-speaking, not entirely Jewish and overwhelmingly pro-Russian -- hopes that Moscow’s takeover of the peninsula will help them preserve their ancient culture.
In the Media by Clément Zampa (AFP) - 1 comment

Op-Ed: V. Stiviano/ Vanessa Maria Perez — Imitation of life redux

We know all about Donald Tokowitz Sterling’s disgusting remarks. As much as we are mortified and sickened by him, we have encountered this toxic mindset before. Here’s the real question: What the hell is wrong with his girlfriend?
In the Media by Eliana Robinson

In Crimea, reporters and activists still defy Moscow

Simferopol - Under mounting pressure from Moscow, a defiant group of pro-Ukrainian activists, journalists and minority representatives in Crimea continue to protest the annexation of the peninsula by Russia.
In the Media by Clément Zampa (AFP)

Europe failing to protect Roma from violence: Amnesty

Paris - European states are failing to protect their Roma communities, many of whom live in precarious conditions and are the victims of hate crimes sometimes perpetrated by police, Amnesty International warned Tuesday.
In the Media by Marianne Barriaux (AFP)

Myanmar bans 'Rohingya' term from census

Cox's Bazar - Myanmar said Saturday that Muslims would not be allowed to register as "Rohingya" in its first census in three decades despite UN assurances, on the eve of a survey that has fanned sectarian tensions.
In the Media by AFP

Myanmar bans 'Rohingya' term from census

Cox's Bazar - Myanmar said Saturday that Muslims would not be allowed to register as "Rohingya" in its first census in three decades despite UN assurances, on the eve of a survey that has fanned sectarian tensions.
In the Media by AFP

Machete attack may signal wider China troubles: analysts

Beijing - A brazen and bloody machete attack at a Chinese railway station could herald an ominous change in the violence Beijing blames on separatists from Xinjiang, analysts say, threatening more incidents far beyond the restive region.Until now, disturbances h...
In the Media by Kelly Olsen (AFP)

Bulgarian minority honours age-old wedding rites

- The communists tried hard to stamp out the culture of Bulgaria's rural Pomak minority, and since then tough times in the European Union's poorest country have made many leave, but one village is keeping traditions alive.Nestled in the southern snow-cap...
In the Media by Vessela Sergueva (AFP)

Rise of far-right sparks fear amid Slovak Roma

Brezno - Five little Roma boys braving the February chill in just T-shirts kick around a football in front of a ramshackle building in Brezno, central Slovakia, as their worried parents look on.Dasa Bucekova, a 40-year old mother of two, has had trouble sleepin...
In the Media by Tatiana Jancarikova (AFP)

Op-Ed: Texas voter suppression law delays votes

Fort Worth - A new Texas law Republicans hope will suppress the turnout of female voters has recorded its first case. But officials had to let her vote after all.
In the Media by Robert Weller

NYPD Chief wanted to 'instill fear' into minorities

In a major reveal, Senator Eric Adams (D-Brooklyn) has alleged that NYPD chief Ray Kelly utilised the stop and frisks to "instill fear" into minority communities.
In the Media by Sami Zaatari

Majority of babies in the US are now minorities

According to the United States' census, last year, most babies in the United States were members of various ethnic minorities.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 6 comments

ACLU accuses FBI of stereotyping racial and ethnic minorities

Washington - The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), on Thursday, released documents it obtained from the FBI which show that the FBI has been collecting information about American communities based on religious and ethnic identity.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Obama Signs Loaded Defense Bill Full of Non-Defense Items

President Obama promised transparency, he promised not to cave in to special interest groups, and he promised to cut pork barrel spending.
In the Media by Michael Bearak - 13 comments

Report: Swine Flu Sends More Minorities To Hospitals Than Whites

According to a recently published report Swine flu is four times more likely to send Blacks and Hispanics to the hospital than Whites. The findings are believed to be the first published that detail a racial or ethnic breakdown of swine flu’s impact.
In the Media by Sadiq Green

Op-Ed: Hungary’s ‘Trianon Trauma’ Lingers On

The fourth of June is not only the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. It was also 89 years ago that Hungary was partitioned.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo - 11 comments

Op-Ed: Putting a Black Face on the Grand Obstructionist Party

In what can only be seen as a calculated move to “reinvent” itself, the Republican National Committee recently elected Michael Steele as its Chairman, an achievement that might seem odd for a party where Black membership is minuscule.
In the Media by Sadiq Green - 8 comments

High Court Rules in Voting Rights Case

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 yesterday in a key case, Bartlett v. Strickland, in which they rejected the application of the Voting Rights Act in districts in which minorities make up at least half of the voting age population.
In the Media by Sadiq Green - 1 comment

Inability To Protect Minorities In India Can Be Costly

In a stern voice the Supreme Court of India tells Government to leave the office if the later remains unable protecting the minorities. The unusual outburst arrived while the proceedings related to the Kandhamal of Orissa, was underway.
In the Media by Bodhisattva Banerji

Alaska's Black Leaders: Palin Is 'Insensitive To Minorities'

While the issue of race plays a major factor for Democratic Presidential nominee Senator Barack Obama, it plays just as big a factor Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, the VP candidate for GOP Presidential nominee Senator John McCain.
In the Media by Can Tran - 3 comments

Republicans And The Outreach To Minorities

It may seem that the issue of race will hurt the GOP in the near future let alone when the elections come as they have only recruited a handful of minorities to represent them.
In the Media by Can Tran - 1 comment

Federal Study: Minorities more likely to be searched during traffic stops

WASHINGTON -- Your chances of being pulled over for a traffic violation are pretty equal no matter your race. What happens once you've been stopped, though, may very well depend on the color of your skin.
In the Media by Schmuffin - 17 comments

Burma wages large offensive against minorities

Junta burns down villages, killing dozens and forcing 20,000 civilians to flee
In the Media by Iamseven - 1 comment

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