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Native Alaskans Continue Whaling Tradition

  • Abdul Khan

500 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle is Barrow, Alaska, the northernmost settlement in the United States. It and the surrounding region are home to the Inupiaq people, native Alaskans, who have lived here for centuries. VOA's Abdul Aziz Khan and Ilyas Khan recently traveled to this region to learn more about life for these native Alaskans.

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