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A tsunami struck northwestern Greenland on Saturday night, prompting the evacuation of about 200 residents from Nuugaatsiaq and two nearby communities.

Saami are concerned about plans to build a railway that will cut through northern Finland to the coast of Norway.

New research shows declining amounts of mercury in polar bears in the southern Beaufort Sea. That seems like good news for the bears’ health, but Alaska Dispatch News reports that the underlying reasons are more worrying.

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