US settles Native American lawsuit

Government has agreed to pay over $3bn to settle a long-standing lawsuit over land.

    The US government has agreed to pay more than $3bn to settle a long-standing lawsuit over the management of native American land.
     
    If cleared by congress and a federal judge, it would be the largest such claim ever approved, creating an important step for reconciliation.
     
    Kimberly Halkett reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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