ISLAMABAD - Most people in Pakistan's tribal regions strongly oppose U.S.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - An American Indian lacrosse team's refusal to travel on passports not issued by the Iroquois confederacy goes to the heart of one of the most sensitive issues in Indian Country - sovereignty.
NEW YORK - An American Indian lacrosse team will not be allowed entry into England for the world championship of the sport the Iroquois helped invent unless members accept U.S.
SAN'A, Yemen - A Yemeni tribal chief says tribesmen in his province have blown up an oil pipeline after the government recently bombed the area in retaliation for an attack on a military convoy.
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- Suspected militants attack NATO goods in Pakistan
- Confusion, mistrust remains in Indian land redress
- Kansas senator reads apology to American Indians
- Official: Pakistan army kills 31 alleged militants
- US faces hurdles in aid spending in NW Pakistan
- US forces leave Afghanistan's Korengal Valley
- Judge OKs 'final' delay in $3.4B Indian lawsuit
- Indian suit plaintiff: Settlement a stepping stone
- Afghan tribe takes first step in anti-Taliban pact
- Officials: US missile strike kills 5 in Pakistan
- Audit reveals slow progress in US aid to Pakistan
- Audit says US aid program failing in NW Pakistan
- Afghan tribe signs pact to keep Taliban out
- Officials: Taliban chief alive after missiles hit
- Officials: Pakistan Taliban chief is alive
- Officials: US missiles kill 12 in Pakistan
- Police: Bomb blast in Pakistan, casualties feared
- Intel: Alleged US missile kills 3 in NW Pakistan
- Gunman barricaded in SoCal tribal gaming office
- Senators urged to approve settling of Indian case
- Navajos vote to reduce size of Tribal Council
- Judge's ruling puts Navajo president back on job
- Navajo politics turn sour over move to cut council
- Key anti-Taliban figure assassinated in Pakistan
- Pakistan: Militants kill 3 anti-Taliban figures