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Meanwhile in Australia, an iron mine threatens hundreds of Aboriginal sites

46,000 years ago, this prehistoric cave was inhabited by Aboriginal peoples. It has just been destroyed to expand an iron mine belonging to the company Rio Tinto. Meanwhile in Australia...

06/19/2020 2:21 PM
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  • Hope H.
    06/23/2020 08:25

    Sure sounds like what t-rump and his oil pipeline buddies have done through virgin forests and fracking in Texas and a dozen other states not to mention the oil spill in the gulf of Mexico- almighty dollar greed is more important than culture, history and life!

  • Vincent V.
    06/22/2020 05:20

    All good .. BLM right!

  • Phan C.
    06/21/2020 01:00

    This tells the world that '$ is absolutely stronger than History', and 'just get what we need to colonise other planet'. It's been my nightmare thinking of 'I'm a human, the most intelligent species on Earth' lately.

  • Glenn C.
    06/19/2020 22:45

    So wish this current generation of political arrogance would end this country needs young fresh modern mindset in political decision making based on ethics empathy consideration of all races if we continue on the path of economics rule over the environment it is the human race that will will become endangered to extinct

  • Cheryl W.
    06/19/2020 20:06

    So if leadership can’t burn it, they mine it...destroying the country. Never thought we’d see so much unique wildlife wiped out. Need new PM

  • Aidelittledevil L.
    06/19/2020 14:53

    Not wise to destroy national heritage

  • Martin D.
    06/19/2020 14:52

    They r trying to get rid of the evidence of who lived there since the beginning. The Moors.

  • Frank S.
    06/19/2020 14:35

    What is surprising about this destruction or vandalism it that the Australian government was death silent,it could had stopped it in time.

  • Pat W.
    06/19/2020 14:28

    Shameful.

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